Friday, August 19, 2011

Freedom with a twist: micro-states

This is an idea sitting dormant at the back of my mind ever since i started this P2P OS project (well, should i ever be able to make any real money out of it :p):

Just to make things clear from my personal opinions' point of view: when i say "this is an idea sitting dormant at the back of my mind" i mean the independent [micro-]states idea, but i don't have any specific form of government/society in mind just yet. My reasoning behind the micro-states idea is to allow people to build and trade things inside a small-business-friendly legislation, but i can hardly see any appeal for someone in her right minds to actually be living on a boat somewhere in the middle of the ocean.

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