creating an environment where constructive Mathland materials are abundant.
One of the main challenges in establishing a Mathland is creating an environment where constructive…
David Ng

One of the topics I’m going to cover in Postcards from 2035 is a shift in thinking from “having things” to “accessing things”. This shift is key to reducing our reliance on resources, manufacturing and distribution, and could be the key to solving the need for Mathland materials.

For now, here’s a quick teaser from one of Google’s futurists. He doesn’t fully explain the concept, but I think his discussion of a hammer and power drill at 1:04 will show you where I’m going.