Building The Core Infrastructures for Society Creates Jobs. Again and again ?


The Underground changed the culture of London. The shared digital infrastructure will change it again. The Underground and The Threefold grid combined a trinity of technological solutions to solve a societal problem. They open up new opportunities and culture changes.
What is the work to do for us ?

A technology trinity got the The Underground available. Running a passenger railway in deeper tunnels under the city only became possible once three problems were solved. Engineers needed:
– a way of getting passengers up and down at deep stations
– a reliable tunneling method
– a clean alternative to steam power for the trains
Solving these problems in the 1880s gave London its first deep-level tube. The Tube changed London forever.

A technology trinity will get a shared digital infrastructure available.
A neutral, green, democratic digital infrastructure owned by the people become possible because of Zero-Os (an operating system), Zero-Chain (organizing transactions and trust) and Zero-Robot (execution and maintenance). Click and read more about the Threefold technology trinity here for the Threefold grid.

"ALL OUR OWN WORK…. The world's most advanced underground railway, the Victoria Line, is now open, and London Transport would like to thank the men who built it: miners, like Black Jack's Gang above; engineers, architects and surveyors; planners, draughts-men, electrians, bricklayers, labourers. Their £70 million effort is now on and he price of admission is as little as five-pence. London's pride"

Digging the tubes delivered jobs and life get organized further.
But getting the core infrastructure available for our next level of prosperity will bring a new story. Income will be generated for farmers who wille organise themselves in TFF coops while Zero Robots are working. So it is time to get serieus about the mission of Weconomics Foundations – Work Less, Achieve More –.

It is impossible to work in information technology without also engaging in social engineering.

Jaron Lanier

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