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The Industrial Age is Dead - Time is the New Money

The Industrial Age taught us to value money above time. Giant Corporation, Inc. wanted you to focus on making money, not on having time to do anything with it. They needed all your time to run the machines. In the 21st Century we will understand that riches may equal money, but wealth equals freedom – the ability to choose what to do with my time. We will understand that money does not give us freedom, only time can do that.

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Dibyendu De's comment, December 7, 2012 12:26 AM
The other shift that must happen if we were to change this paradigm is Energy Management and not Time Management.
Dibyendu De's comment, December 7, 2012 12:27 AM
The other change that must happen if we are to change this paradigm is Energy Management and not Time Management.
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The Interplay Games Experiment — DeepFUN

The Interplay Games Experiment — DeepFUN | The Next Edge | Scoop.it

The kids who had played together, worked better together.


The kids who hadn’t played together spent most of their time defending their pile of junk, and trying to steal or grab junk from the other piles. Even though the materials were purposefully selected to be of the no-apparent-appeal-to-anyone junk variety, they spent more time fighting over the materials than in building with them.

 

The kids who played together eventually built a single city. They started out, dividing themselves into groups around each junk pile, building streets and houses and apartments and playgrounds, and eventually built roadways to collect their cities together into one metropolis.

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