compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
HOWEVER, cannot be achieved by applying a NEW SYSTEM ...
'sticky plaster ' solution, to the OLD ORDER MINDSET of trying
to put humpty-dumpty back together again, after he'd fallen
off the wall and broken into a thousand pieces. IMPLEMENTATION
of a long-term-future-sustainable, ART of the POSSIBLE, can
only be established as a result of a NEW ORDER MINDSET.
As Jaron Lanier has so poignantly proposed in his manifesto ...
YOU ARE NOT A GADGET - "The people who are perhaps the most screwed
by open culture are the middle classes of intellectual and cultural creation.
The freelance studio session musician faces diminished prospects, for
instance. Another example, outside of the world of music, is the stringer
selling reports to newspapers from a warren. These are both crucial
contributors to culture and democracy. Each pays painful dues and
devotes years to honing a craft. They used to live off the trickle-down
effects of the OLD SYSTEM, and like the middle class at large, they are
precious. They get NOTHING from the [supposed] NEW SYSTEM."
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