Nothing but a hippie.
Ryan Healy is at it again. Now, he's busy promoting "communities of trust". Notice, first of all, that he doesn't consider himself to be an adult.
"According to adults the world works in a centralized, hierarchical structure and that's the way it will always be.... I don't buy it I grew up [stealing music] with open source websites like Napster and Kazaa. "
And Gen Y doesn't need formal contracts to do business.
"Can you imagine a typical company trying to agree on a product, design a website, create marketing campaigns, and draft contracts and legal arrangements in three days?
"When you put a group of talented, motivated young people together for three days without bosses, titles or egos, things seem to magically run very smoothly. "
I told you, readers, this guy is nothing but a second generation hippie. Did you ever see Family Ties? He's not Alex. But, remember the sister. No, not the younger one.
Tell me, how can you believe in communities of trust when you grew up stealing music on Napster? Sister, please! Your own experience should tell you something about the limits of goodwill. But, you know hippies; it's not a betrayal of trust when you take it from the man. All property is theft said Proust (or was that Proudhon?) and stealing from "adults" is just liberating love.
I have a cousin who's around 21 years old. When I asked her what she was interested in she told me "Fashion and revolution". What kind of revolution, I asked. "I don't know," she said, "Just revolution!"