This Friday Video from an independently organized TEDx event features KeyWifi founder Adam Black connecting the idea of sharing online and the rise of collaborative consumption. In a world of Internet monopolies like Facebook and Google (Adam calls them apex predators), collaborative consumption models present an alternative based on interdependence. And the biological comparisons don't stop there: it's the fungus versus whale model. Find out what he means in the video below.
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