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  • Hannah Wasserman

    Great article. With more and more people in the "gig" economy, it seems like there should be innovation and disruption in healthcare, taxation, etc. to serve these workers.

    • Angela Cross

      On this same note, I'd say that technology has been and is making such things as information and power so accessible that it will have to be collaborative ... not allowing people to have healthcare, internet and food will be like telling people they cannot breathe or drink from a public fountain. It may take a while and maybe I'm overly optimistic ... but collaboration is the only thing that makes sense for a planet of 6.5 billion and rising.

  • Chance Barnett

    Hey Craig- great post and some fascinating stats like the $56 million of local dollars from Airbnb alone. I commented on the post as well, and hope you don't mind that I linked to a related post on the governments role (regulations) on fostering innovation and job creation. It's here: http://onforb.es/Ssntpv