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Month: June 2021

Pervasive and Premium business models

Business models can be divided in two types in my analysis: Premium and Pervasive. The former is well known, but ignorance about the latter is leading to increasing blockades on the flow of goods equitably.

In the Premium model, a service is offered for free and if one wants more features – he must pay. This is because the businessman cannot sustain the free service without charging.

The Pervasive model, however, is actually quite prevalent but its secret unknown: Influencers are the first cohort of this movement. Its mechanism of action is simple: the full package is offered for free, but supported by advertisements and then content is generated at such speed through niche specialization that one becomes respected. One exceeds the speed (Time Value) of Money!

Atleast, thats the theory.

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Dear Prisoner, Speed Is a LINEAR function

Above photo, a turtle trying to traverse a non-linear function.

Nobel Laureate, Professor John Nash, posited the solution to Prisoners’ Dilemma and in the same vein succeeded in defining Rationalism mathematically. According to him, it is making ALL decisions based on one algorithm.

As for why Prisoners’ Dilemma is an awful situation in the first place: it is due to it being a problem of “simultaneous” imprisonment for each prisoner.

Years earlier I realized that Money is the price of alienation. You charge a person if you do not know them. If both sides end up charging each other, this is an example of the Prisoners’ Dilemma. One party must relent and pursue an alternate strategy.

While Money is a sincere rating tool, in inefficient markets it involves hustling ~ and polite people – like this Canuck – are not capable of this.

Some one has to be a goalie. The buck has to stop somewhere, literally. For the sober friend who drives his buddies home, Continue.....

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