Achieving Post-Scarcity

One step closer to the future

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If you have money, use your capital in socially responsible ways. First and foremost: don't be a robber baron, making people's lives miserable to maintain your position. For example, buying a competitor just so you can mothball their product. Instead spend that money on making your product better or cheaper. Of course you still want to make a profit, but it should be a minimal profit. Just enough to cover research and weather through market volatility. Don't artificially cripple your product. Don't do planned obsolescence. Above all, don't have an IPO - none of this will survive quarterly reports.

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