[FoRK] Making robotics a priority

Gregory Alan Bolcer greg at bolcer.org
Tue Jul 12 21:22:51 PDT 2011

Hi Ken,

Nope, but I can point out some good links on economics for you. [1]


[1] http://google.com/

On 7/12/2011 7:26 PM, Ken Ganshirt @ Yahoo wrote:
> --- On Mon, 7/11/11, Greg Bolcer<greg at bolcer.org>  wrote:
>> I think they allow companies to
>> increase competitiveness, so not that it's zero sum, but any
>> short term detriments are far outweighed by the long term
>> profitability of the company which in turn goes back to
>> competitiveness.
> I don't get that, either, Greg. How is it that "competitiveness", in this context, is a Good Thing? Specifically, how is it that making the investors in a company richer balances or outweighs having fewer people working in the economy?
> And how is it that making a company more profitable ties back to competitiveness? I can see how a competitive company might, arguably, be more profitable. I don't see how making a company more profitable necessarily makes it more competitive.
> Can you help me with that?
>               ...ken...
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