Brave new world without teachers, miners, and fashion designers?

By | October 6, 2012
Quite a provocative read – and I do think there's quite a bit of truth in it. The difficulty, as always, is that it involves a complete overhaul of current paradigms, and institutions are very hesitant to rethink their traditional models – unless forced to by market implosion. Let's hope that market implosion isn't necessary though!

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