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The Subscription Economy - Why buy things you only use once?

The Subscription Economy - Why buy things you only use once?

(4:24) Could you imagine owning nothing but subscribing to everything you need? Kevin Kelly, Big Think 2017.

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TheBob TheBob (116 days ago)

Not sure about his example of borrowing a turkey-roaster (whatever that is) for Thanksgiving - that's the day everyone will want to borrow it.

But hiring cars, tools, tuxedos makes a lot more sense

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Not sure about his example of borrowing a turkey-roaster (whatever that is) for Thanksgiving - that's the day everyone will want to borrow it.

But hiring cars, tools, tuxedos makes a lot more sense

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (116 days ago)
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He has gone to the extreme. Some people may not want to wear clothes that others have worn previously.

Regarding the turkey-roaster, depending on the cost to lease it, you could probably buy an aluminum disposable one and just throw it away. The shipping or delivery costs alone would be the major costs of leasing cheap products.

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He has gone to the extreme. Some people may not want to wear clothes that others have worn previously.

Regarding the turkey-roaster, depending on the cost to lease it, you could probably buy an aluminum disposable one and just throw it away. The shipping or delivery costs alone would be the major costs of leasing cheap products.

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