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8.5 Taxes 3.0

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:33:56 PM
Governments need income, and raise taxes in order to receive it. On the one hand, that is understandable, because certain issues need to be dealt with collectively; on the other hand, paying taxes is a fine for productivity. meaning that taxation is also one of the most market-disruptive elements in economic society. In most European countries 40% to 60% of the Gross National Income is absorbed by the national governments. Let’s not forget that we “redistribute” in The Netherlands, alo..
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3.1 The start: Web 1.0

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:31:51 PM
The human being is a social animal. For our wellbeing, we need other people. Otherwise, we become lonely and die. As human beings, we are also rational animals. We are aware of our own identity and of our own ego. Being social and developing an ego can conflict. Do your own needs take precedence, or do you serve your fellow man first? And, does your own group then go first? If they do something you do not agree with, do you leave the group, or do you go with the flow? Politically, this is an ..
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4.1 A new playing field

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:32:33 PM
“There is a new economic reality parallel to our current conventional economic system, where sustainable value is created every day...” - Ronald van den Hoff Four value systems symbolize Society30 and its interdependent or sharing economy: GREEN There are feelings of solidarity between people that we are on our way. There are desires for personal growth, attention to the environment, and problems concerning our surroundings. In work, one is motivat..
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7.3 Peer-to-peer lending

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:33:42 PM
Society 3.0 is a paradigm that characterizes itself by moving around the establishment, and whose citizens organize things as much as possible themselves. You will find people in social networks prepared to lend and borrow money to and from like-minded people. This is called peer-to-peer lending. In the distant past, we used to do this as well; in fact, this is how the Rabobank in The Netherlands, the Raiffeissen Bank in Germany, or the Credit Agriculture in France came into bei..
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3. A revolution is born

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:31:44 PM
“In the past you were what you owned. Now you are what you share.” - Charles Leadbeater After my first experience on the Internet, I saw the enormous opportunities it had to offer. I developed an unremitting fascination with this new world. The Internet granted me access to unexpected sources of information. After growing up with the telephone and fax, I already found email to be brilliant. We set up one of the first Dutch companies with its own webmaster, a college dropout..
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11.2 Via the stratosphere to Singularity & Web 4.0.

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:34:08 PM
We are connected to everything, everywhere. Of course, many countries have an infrastructure, but what about when traveling or living in remote areas? In the desert, use BRCK, a smart, rugged device, that can connect to the internet in..
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