zondag 16 april 2006


In de afgelopen 10 jaar heb ik slechts één boek gelezen, maar als Lawrence Lessig het zo sterk aanbeveelt dan moet Yochai Benkler's The Wealth of Networks wel de volgende worden...

"First, advanced economies have shifted from an economy based on production of physical goods and services (e.g., automobiles and textiles, mining and construction) to an economy centered on the production of information goods and services (e.g., cinema and software, legal representation and financial planning). Second, advanced economies have shifted from a communications environment relies on an expensive centralized communicator that broadcasts to a wide audience (e.g., radio, television) to an environment that relies on a multitude of cheap processors with high computing capacity that are interconnected with one another (i.e., the Internet). These two shifts make it possible to lessen the market’s influence over political values. The second shift allows decentralized, non-market production. The first shift means that this new form of production will play a central, rather than periphery role, in advanced economies."

2 opmerkingen:

  1. Well done!
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