|Subject:||[socialcredit] Re: Two Classes of Productive Assets, Two Markets, And Money|
|Date:||Monday, March 7, 2005 13:32:52 (-0500)|
|From:||W. Curtiss Priest <bmslib @...edu>
> The elements are: people and a labor
> market in the public sector, the corporations
> and a global market in the private sector, and
> a medium of exchange to tie the two sectors
Your divisions above are not as Rodney Shakespeare or
Robert Ashford would pose the division.
Now, I need to return Robert's phone call, and I
think it would be splendid if you were to read "Binary
Economics" and I would be glad to conference you, by
phone, in that chat.
Plus, I do have the ability to record telephony
directly to my hard drive. So, I could put the
recording on the net for others. (I previously have
done this on issues of "media concentration" -- archived
So, logistically, maybe we can target for next Tuesday,
the 15th ?
W. Curtiss Priest, Director, CITS
Research Affiliate, Comparative Media Studies, MIT
Center for Information, Technology & Society
466 Pleasant St., Melrose, MA 02176
781-662-4044 BMSLIB@MIT.EDU http://Cybertrails.org