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Another interesting aspect of 2000s-era internet culture exemplified in @YochaiBenkler's work is the emphasis on social relations as an alternative to markets and states for motivating production. My views on this have oscillated over time, but in general...
@YochaiBenkler .... I think both 0% reliance and 100% reliance on this kind of motivation are bad ideas. I think we *do* need some form of formalized *and* decentralized incentive for info public goods production. QF à la vitalik.ca/general/2019/1… is one possibility.
@YochaiBenkler 0% reliance is bad because formalized incentives are never going to capture everything we value; this is basically a restatement of en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goodhart%…

IMO the crypto space does a good job of illustrating the failures of both extremes
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