A kind of CompetitiveArchitecture from market oriented, Hi-tech Hayekians.
- Hi-tech Hayekians : http://www.philsalin.com/hth/hth.html
- Agoric papers : https://web.archive.org/web/20090224233325/http://www.agorics.com/Library/agoricpapers.html
From the late 80s. By EricDrexler
Anybody could give a summary? It's full of nice ideas but the density of information there is soooo low.
Some nice quotes:
When a problem needs to be solved frequently, but no single solution is right in all situations, it is desirable to permit the testing and use of many solutions. To allow this freedom, one seeks to separate mechanism and policy, designing foundations that support a wide range of policies via general-purpose mechanisms.
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