A Digital Earth’s sharing economy delivers the best tech products, services and resources to everyone

In 2025 everyone could use the world’s best tech, and rise to the top of society

A Digital Earth of 2025 can deliver the best technology products, services and content to everyone

We each have devices that perform all kinds of very specific functions and store all kinds of apps, software, pictures, books, and other content. But what you need is a way to pool together your stuff with everyone else’s stuff, into a world of superior abilities. So you register a whole or part of a device with an Expandiverse Subsidiary Device Server (SD Server), which provides access to others, for example, your devices when they’re unused and available — at least when you’re sleeping, or at work and not using your personal PC’s, laptops and TV cable boxes. Or access to your expensive photo editing software. Or to your entertainment and books on your devices. Or to the whole of your Beyonce Art Gallery.

Once your devices and their content are accessible from an SD Server, anyone whom you designate or has access to that SDS can gain access to your registered devices, tools and content.

Privately, companies could give all their employees a larger and more powerful company-wide platform to do their work. They could optionally provide their customers with new tools and resources, whether as a free benefit from being a customer, as a paid subscription with unlimited use, or simply pay-by-use.

In the market, customers might even pay to rent what they need when Active Knowledge guides them to a better device, software or content. The payments would go to each device owner — you if it’s your device — and perhaps a cut could go to the original vendors if they require that to enable your income.

In return, everyone can access others’ devices, software and content through one or many SDS’s, without needing to buy and own each piece.

What’s the potential evolution? An advanced digital planet where everyone can access the world’s best resources. Superior abilities arise when everyone uses the world’s best devices, software and content without needing to buy every piece.

Here’s a global example. Every year, hundreds of millions of working devices are replaced with new ones and turned off. What if they were left on fully-loaded, with their software and content registered with SDS’s for school kids from low income neighborhoods to use, whether from across town or across the world?

Just because they’ll use last year’s devices, don’t think of these kids as behind. You’ll shift them a world ahead of where almost everyone is today — propelling them into a mutually supporting “shared world” with almost no effort on your part.

Then, with their ability to learn tech, plus constant Active Knowledge guidance, today’s low income kids will leap into tomorrow’s digital world. Their performance will soon equal adults who use the newest devices. As they grow up they’ll switch to SD Servers that let them access the world’s best resources.

It’s happened to music. It’s happened to news. Why not devices, software, content and everyone who lives in our coming digital world? Why not offset carbon by switching to bits instead of physical goods? The tech industry needs a Napster. A very futuristic Napster, to be sure.

Expandiverse Tech could use Active Knowledge, Remote Control Teleportaling and SD Servers to rocket billions of people into a digital world that delivers superior abilities and achievements to everyone.

Why worry about second chances, when you can give everyone a first one?


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