A look back at this year's best UBI videos
I've done a top ten list of basic income articles for both 2016 & 2017, but this is the first time I've put together a top ten list of basic income videos. There were so many new UBI videos created this year (you can watch most of them here), but in my opinion, the following are the ones that absolutely must be watched . . .
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A look back at this year's best UBI reads
As a moderator of the /r/BasicIncome subreddit, I read a lot of links every year about the idea of unconditional basic income, hundreds actually. Once again, as I did last year, I've compiled a list of the ten articles/papers/reports I consider the most important to read out of everything published this year. Please bookmark, . . .
Someday we will look back and interpret the Constitution as having called for unconditional basic income all along
An open reply to Grant Cordone
A blog post by Grant Cordone was brought to my attention recently to which I replied on LinkedIn. To summarize what he wrote, it was an argument that basic income is not in the Constitution of the United States, and is thus anti-freedom and a terrible idea because people should be pulling on their bootstraps like he did instead of being . . .
My own answer to the BIG question
What would you do if you had an unconditional basic income?
I regularly ask people this question, because the answer is the true definition of basic income. Basic income isn't really about the money. It's about what money enables us to do in our lives that we'd otherwise be prevented from doing without enough . . .
Technological unemployment is hiding in plain sight
I've just published a new feature-length article on Medium centered around the chart below.
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There's something about unpaid work that I've never actually seen discussed, and that's the cost of the work that's paid...
The future of education and work
For more than a century, we've been creating an industrial workforce of human automatons, built for the purpose of performing routine labor not yet doable by machines. And we've been operating with the mindset that we should teach students the same way we program actual machines. In the 20th century, schooling became a process of . . .