I am frequently frustrated by the general discourse on physical and intellectual property in the commons and the collaborative economy. I have just as much problem with "no rights reserved" as with "all rights reserved". The sweet spots are somewhere in between the two extremes. I think all workers, including creatives and cooperative knowledge workers, are entitled to more than wages or even "basic income" schemes. I think they are entitled to reasonable, residual equity in the value they add to any product, organization, or commons. Information technology now makes the necessary complex micro-accounting possible and will eventually make it completely trivial. "The workman is worthy of his reward."