Re: economics

Tom Whore (
Sat, 12 Jun 1999 10:26:19 -0700 (PDT)

On Sat, 12 Jun 1999, Rohit Khare wrote:

--]Thus, the question still is: can computing deliver individual market
--]players sustained above-trend market advantage? Wal-Mart's supply
--]chain is a much-ballyhooed example, as was FedEx's tracking (now not
--]so exclusive).

Computers in and of themselves, like any tool, can only work in the
framework of the operator. Thus a computers advantages may well be
inherent in its parts but more so in its use by outside agents.

Just as the air nail gun was a boon to construction workers as a whole,
because they all had access to them in the market place, but only will
profit a worker more if they can do more than the baseline with it..thus
proving, in part, the assumption that while the tool may enhance
production it does not ultimatley create it.

And givent he number of dunderheads using them these days is it anywonder.

I will say that all tools make a new level of UberWorker . (aka
craftsperson) available, and these tnd to be a smaller percentae than the
base number of workers in that field. These craftspersons have a higher
value than thier nonuber compatriots.

Therefore crafts persons who utilize a computer may well indeed have a
value higher than the consumptive norm and often do produce a value
greater than...

Not sure if im using the right erms for all this, but there ya have it,
please pick apart at will., open to education.


Your valuation of leasire, i think, is a few magnitudes shy of my value of
it. Yes i know im getting messy with relative valuations, but thas

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