Albert Wenger writes in his new book, A World After Capital, that at first, land was the most scarce human good, and then the scarcity shifted to capital. Now with the onslaught of content, attention has become the most scarce and valuable. We are in the midst of shifting from a industrial society (scarce capital) to a knowledge society (scarce attention).
What we tell ourselves during sub-optimal decision-making: “I’ll learn a lot”
Andy Coravos
1823

Haven’t read yet — does he delve into the scarcity of time? I suppose attention is a subset of time.

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