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nsa taxis



On Sun, 3 Apr 2016 14:50:43 -0400
grarpamp <[email protected]> wrote:

> On 3/30/16, juan <[email protected]> wrote:
> > 	In some ways uber is even more
> > 	hostile to a free market than the 'official'
> > 	state-licenced(like uber) taxi mafia.
> 
> Being "better" at something is easy when the
> incumbent player and their strategies are suboptimum.

	Not only that. Uber is better at centralization and
	corporatism - hardly a virtue.


> 
> The current players are angling for lockout, not freedom.

	Well, of course. I never meant that the current state-licensed
	mafias are free-market heroes. 

> 
> The day you can roll up in your highly peer reviewed
> brokeass smoked out flower power Vanagon and blaze
> your way to the park from the airport with five execs in
> the back, based on a call from an anonymous overlay network
> decentral p2p rideshare app complete with aforesaid user reviews...
> that's freedom... start coding.


	I haven't looked at the current 'state of the art' in
	decentralized markets lately, but some stuff has already been
	coded, no? Problem is, it's not just a matter of coding...


	Also, anonimity and reputation-based systems don't mix well..