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Comment from: Dave Martyn [Visitor]
Dave MartynTo quote from the article:
“According to Rachel Botsman, one of the best known proponents of collaborative consumption, there are four essential principles:
1. Critical mass
2. Idling capacity
3. Belief in the commons
4. Trust between strangers
Then come the ‘softer’ values of a new mindset that places a greater value on:
• Simplicity
• Traceability and transparency
• Participation”

And according to me that’s a whole lot of high falutin pseudo academic bull**** that Ms Botsman is spouting.

26/11/12 @ 21:43