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Subject:   Hi Tim
Date:   2007-08-17 15:09:32
From:   Ingenesist
Not to stray too far from the subject but in financial circles knowledge is tangible only within the constructs of a legal entity such as a corporation. With the convergence of Web 2.0 applications, at what point does knowledge become tangibel (tradeable, financed, capitalized, insureable) outside of the corporate structure. Also, Banks enjoy a multiplier effect - that is, thay can lend the same 100 dollars out 5-7 times as long as they maintain some reserve to service the account. At what point would a multiplier effect on knowledge become the rule rather than the exception?

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  1. Hi Tim
    2007-09-03 15:36:00  Richard_2 [View]

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