Tag Archives: Monetary Reform

What Do We Value?

What do we value?  It seems obvious at first, but the more you think about it, the more contradictions you will discover.  I’ve been wrestling with this post for days, trying to get it to gel and coalesce in my … Continue reading

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Limited Only By Your Imagination

This slogan “Limited only by your imagination” was one that was used by a company I used to work for, which produced the first digital sampling synthesizers that made any significant commercial impact.  I recall, at the time, thinking that … Continue reading

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The Incitement Indictment

At any given moment in time, there is a fixed amount of money in the global economy.  The money supply can only grow when new money is issued.  Amazingly, even though governments can issue bonds, they feel incapable of issuing … Continue reading

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Artistic Competition? What a Load of Tosh

I like Seth Godin.  He often posts really interesting and surprising blogs, with refreshing points of view, that get me to think.  I like to share some of them with friends on facebook, etc. Recently, though, he posted one that … Continue reading

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