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.@rushkoff "Since the mid 1960s and the explosion of electronics, telephony, and the computer chip, corporate profit over net worth has been declining." https://hypothes.is/a/AVO-OxQlH9ZO4OKSlbjm

.@rushkoff "optimizing the for the velocity of money rather than for the conversion of money into capital" http://www.villagevoice.com/news/douglas-rushkoff-talks-tech-the-digital-economy-and-the-growth-trap...

.@rushkoff "optimize [the ] for the velocity of money" Douglas Rushkoff Dissects the Tech Economy http://www.kqed.org/a/forum/R201603241000

.@rushkoff "Our problem is not that we don't have enough stuff -- it's that we don't have enough ways for people to work and prove that they deserve this stuff." http://www.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/09/07/rushkoff.jobs.obsolete/index.html?hpt=hp_c1

"the consumption of all wood has leveled off---for fuel, buildings, and, finally, paper. We are at peak timber."
Jesse Ausubel: Nature is Rebounding: Land- and Ocean-sparing through Concentrating Human Activities - The Long Now http://longnow.org/seminars/02015/jan/13/nature-rebounding-land-and-ocean-sparing-through-concentrat...

"In the ocean, though, trends remain troubling. Unlike on land, we have not yet replaced hunting wild animals with farming. Once refrigeration came along, 'the democratization of sushi changed everything for sea life. Fish biomass in intensively exploited fisheries appears to be about one‐tenth the level of the fish in those seas a few decades or hundred years ago.'"
Jesse Ausubel: Nature is Rebounding: Land- and Ocean-sparing through Concentrating Human Activities - The Long Now http://longnow.org/seminars/02015/jan/13/nature-rebounding-land-and-ocean-sparing-through-concentrat...

Pleasant River Lumber in Sanford, Maine - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMpXve_24_s
Spends a $100,000 a week on logs
Published on Mar 27, 2014
"After 60 good years and a half dozen bad ones, it looked as if the only sawmill in Sanford might not survive. But the owners of Pleasant River Lumber Co. saw potential, not just problems.
Pleasant River Lumber bought the former Lavalley sawmill in December 2012, and what a difference that's made -- the difference between bankruptcy and a bright future."