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What would an economy that creates many good jobs look like

Page history last edited by Tom Brown 6 years, 5 months ago

conveners: Dave Sanford and Cliff Collard

notetaker: Tom Brown

 

why do we need jobs if we have sufficient abundance?

people are using 'jobs' in the perjorative sense

 

right livelihood

 

what is abundance? having what one needs when one needs it.

 

how does somebody make a transition from job to meaningful work?

 

building empathic civilization at a distance through communication.  sleeping, dreaming, unconscious planet is waking up.

 

what if i don't have a laptop and internet access? i often have to work at an unpleasant job.

 

chaotic fertility

 

12th night on eastside

 

how do you communicate the things you actually need?

 

occupy in kansas city - tent city with thousands

 

austin failed to find a lasting solution

 

abundance vs. distribution of resources

 

charette process - divide into groups for suggested solutions to a problem.

 

redefine value.

 

freedom from coercion

 

1993 - popular science, jim bell - assassination politics - encrypted anonymous digital currency

 

the abundance community - peter block

 

farm robots

 

small is beautiful - e.f. schumacher

 

sacred economics - charles eisenstein

 

waking life - fear or laziness

 

much more creative when stress is removed from society

 

the light bulb conspiracy

 

the problem is not the problem but the way we respond to the problem

 

can we reclaim the word 'job'?

 

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