"We need to create more touch points for people to be able to do “work”, but we can’t think of work in our current narrow 9:00 to 5:00, punch in punch out sense. We have to broaden it to include things that both people can do, and want to do, and also things that we need much more of. To me, the real misconception is that giving people a measure of economic freedom will somehow discourage them from working. It will actually make them much free, more able to pursue the work that they really want to do."
"Basic income is a real shot at utopia. Basic jobs takes that energy and idealism, and redirects it to perpetuate some of the worst parts of the current system. It’s better than nothing. But not by much."