1 Elsewhere in the garden
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Fanon and his work on colonialism are used as a frame for digital self-determination. The historial commons is linked to the digital commons. Thomas Paine is a jumping off point for universal basic income and services. And lots of other interesting juxtapositions.
Srnicek and Williams make some bold demands in the book (and have elsewhere indicated that these are deliberately provocative, and perhaps not ever entirely attainable.) These are: full automation; reduction of the working week; and a universal basic income. Concomitant to that is a general diminishment of work ethic.