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What is 'Local'? Part 2: Affinity Over Proximity!

February 21, 2007

Improving our (cap)ability to “find” and “get” objects or experiences means lowering acquisition costs of acquiring these things. So, for a given threshold ‘radius’ of acquisition cost, the world of attainable objects and experiences is larger and richer. This lets people make more choices based on affinity, rather than proximity.

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