Info Revolution

There is a new means of production, a change that hasn’t been seen since the industrial revolution. The sixties weren’t the information revolution as some first thought. Despite the advances and shifts, the cost of communication remained high and embedded in corporate structure where the means of production were available. They were still modeled on the methods of the industrial age. The cultural shift did not arrive until the cost communication dropped. Open source arrived and furthered the accessibility to the means of production for more people in smaller groups. Now we can focus on creating things that are good for the group rather than for the corporation that has a duty in its charter for profit.

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