is one of my favorite ideas. Goals are of course relative, but it would be nice to build a high-scale Dingeborg with my favorite people in my favorite cities, like the one the Graz City Library runs in a nice but very tranquil way. Decentralized and oriented towards the common good.

A networked sharing and lending of everything that you want to bring to the idea, the famous free shop, couch surfing, the good old ride sharing, valuable things that would otherwise just sit around until you need them again. Yachts, hot air balloons, the odd Van Gogh.

These individual, scattered activities exist everywhere but are too limited in their impact and are often abused too quickly and in very unpleasant ways by the capitalist mechanisms.

Every NGO is proof of what is possible. There should be no discussion about the possibility of realizing Sharecare; many projects of this kind that have been taken over by the holy nonsense of the market should be brought back.

Given back to the people instead of a controlling fictitious authority which claims to be indispensable in dealing with the socio-psychopathic effects of mass psychology in the business world, which are rather worrying for the general public.

I sometimes fib with smart terms, this should be assumed to be known, no article stands alone and forces the viewer into the

Holographic overall image

of this network. I work well with my tags and subtitles, which are given more emphasis than in most web projects. For example, topics such as Use the Net, Living Easy or This is so Tesla can appear in many different ways, internal stuff is called Creator Notes everywhere, the Forgotten Jewels from Testdrive Unlimited are also available on Milkyway Today, etc.

On the one hand, Sharecare is simply an app on which you can offer everything to share and lend to each other, and on the other hand, in the (eco) store, you can have local and regional depots for exchanging skills, services and possessions and "borrowing" from each other, even across national borders WITHOUT allowing the usual greed explosion. Which would happen without built-in mechanisms for the common good, as it always does.

An hour of translation should not be worth more here than an hour of web design, or an hour of reading stories, an hour of fixing a faucet, or how many oranges you can pick in an hour. Preferably on plantations that belong to everyone. Feel free to start listening again.

Or simply don't give the MacBook any more sharecare value than an old gramophone, an Armani suit or a converted hippie van.

It is easy to imagine how difficult this will be for people, but what appears to be communist at its core is moving towards other visions, towards a sharing of human experience, knowledge, values and possessions for a new, old coexistence beyond these outdated religious ideologies and the very next block of houses and circle of friends.

Capitalists will either stay away or take advantage immediately, so it won't work without a valuation concept and security, but when the wonderful benefits start to trickle in, the shared apartment feeling will make you forget the Grover plot.

No, the author of these lines is not naive and naive, but all the mechanisms necessary for a happy interactive growth can be based on common sense and address the actual problem:

We are taught to keep these deeply normal behaviors out of the egomania that is also necessary in life.

Google never had to become evil to be successful.

Perhaps there should be a badge system as an incentive that allows for preference to be given to sharers, ie that someone who shares more can claim more. But that is only one detail of how interpersonal exploitation could be prevented.  

Fake claims or grants would only lead to cheating if the advantages were too great. Self-cleaning processes like those on Wikipedia and the like definitely have potential.

Other ideas would of course be a large stock and portfolio of common good property that can be raised and financed from membership fees, advertising or whatever seems sensible. Even the starting capital is of course crowdfunding. And participation at the same time.

Many of my ideas are automatic common good concepts, even if they require a core team capable of making decisions. I always have to point to Katapult as one of the best and few examples at my mindset level in the DACH greed space.

Shops such as parcel stations require intelligent organization in order to reduce shipping costs in a meaningful way. The ecological or socially oriented world is large enough to be integrated into it, but starting from the original idea as it is lived out in the city library mentioned above, particular reference should be made to the dense network of libraries. A strong potential partner on a larger scale.

While books (and in some cases media) at least remain largely free for everyone, can anyone still remember the mostly free ride sharing in a world in which every good idea has not yet been hyped and sucked to the ground by money junkies?

Since the plague of locusts, carpooling has had to organize itself again via Facebook groups like Blabla, and yet it has never returned to being completely free or requiring voluntary donations like before, but in some cases even pays the disgusting prices of the business whores.

One of the greatest potentials lies in interpersonal contact, in the possibilities of working together to create something better than alone, and when you start to think and live on this level, it suddenly no longer seems so far-fetched not to want to gain direct profit from something, but to experience positive effects in a completely different way.

Well, the fact is that share and care is trendy and could fail due to the often somewhat poor elaboration of organizational details in the alternative world. It needs to be thought about in many ways. There is so much wonderful, positive change energy in our present day, sometimes it just needs a little vision spice, directions filled with meaning.

Ultimately, the whole thing is always a question of marketing

and many more articles will deal with this. Marketing will bring theory into practice.

On to the next point of doubt: the same value for everything? It is only a temporary measure, we have to get out of the old patterns in order to enjoy giving and taking again, so as not to automatically insert commercial ideas. And to become like the shadows projected into capitalism, the career of Marx and Co. Political psychology is a hobbyhorse.

The want-to-have, the eBay, the AliBaba of people living together. It may only work up to a certain standard of living, but the known owners of 90 percent of everything we have will still be expropriated.

It's just a matter of time.

Until then, download my apps and the little bit of advertising for porn is okay 🙂

And beyond the daydreaming, the gentle Buddhapeace, you know, Duffy Duck, it's just a start-up idea.

One that is close to my heart, I see ShareCare as a global trading center, where you buy something together globally, you avoid the traditional bloated bio-survival dictatorship. It is a new art space where all the coins and cryptos failed so badly in what they promised and yet didn't really want to do.

Take something from the fleet. The release and decapitalization of performance and living standards is unstoppable, one way or another. Because at the edge of the abyss they lead to nothing other than the understanding that things have to change.

And there is too much free energy floating around to control it.

The boom is inevitable, dear capital and controlists, be smart and join the transhuman green pirates. Slave revolt is one of the central themes in revolution. And means the one in this century. Coming to an agreement in advance would be smart. Sharecare, in other words.


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