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Larry VictorPerson was signed in when posted
03:20 PM ET (US)
Regarding item 10
/m3 I can imagine living in such a world! It is my explicit intention to create that world for myself (and others) ASAP.

Are you familiar with the NanoCorp website? http://sohodojo.com/

It was not seeing much recent action there that led me to O.net.

01:21 PM ET (US)
Regarding item 10
I was thinking this morning about how cool it would be to have NES in place with millions of Users and draft a script on the generalist perspective and another on whole system design. (Ask me about the turkey leg someday - otherwise I will probably never get around to writing it down).

I think of a network as individuals, who, if they had adequate communication, could come together to design projects and then recombine to implement projects. I agree that the economy is headed in that direction, or maybe two directions. First, smaller and smaller entities that can accept outsources work from the big companies and are not an expense to the big companies when there is no work. Second, bigger and bigger companies that control the market. Walmart representing the shift in market control from the manufacturer to the retailer.

When you say Nanocorp, I immediately think of the first entity. However, a small group of people with certain expertise, could serve a role in the design and implementation of multiple new/nu whole systems. In that way they would be a finite expense to each system rather than each system incurring the expense to develop that expertise.
04:37 PM ET (US)
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Interesting Comments - I will contemplate the thrust and maybe comment specifically if I can contribute any ideas.
Larry VictorPerson was signed in when posted
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