3D Economy Will Paralyze Business

3D printed blue treefrogs in different layer t...

3D printed blue treefrogs in different layer thicknesses (Photo credit: Creative Tools)

What happens when everyone prints their own basic needs?
‘Imagine what will happen when millions of people start using the tools that produced The Liberator to make, copy, swap, barter, buy, and sell all the quotidian stuff with which they furnish their lives. Rest in peace, Bed, Bath & Beyond. Thanks for all the stuff, Foxconn, but we get our gadgets from Pirate Bay and MEGA now.

‘Once the retail and manufacturing carnage starts to scale, the government carnage will soon follow. How can it not, when only old people pay sales tax, fewer citizens obtain their incomes from traditional easy-to-tax jobs, and large corporate taxpayers start folding like daily newspapers? Without big business, big government can’t function…’

Foodini Is A 3D Printer That Lets You Print Dishes With Fresh Ingredients

But how can 3D printing be banned when even the medical world benefits from it?:
Woman Receives 3D-Printed Skull To Save Her From Brain Damage [Video]
Surgeons at a Dutch university hospital replaced the woman’s cranium with a plastic dome to prevent her death.

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Get Facebook Hack Notifications for Your Account
How To Set It Up So That Facebook Will Warn You When You’re Being Hacked
‘An AP study from 2011 revealed that one in three teenagers have been victims. Usually, nothing serious happens. But sometimes something awful does. Once, a kid named Timothy Noirjean allegedly hacked into 13 women’s Facebook accounts and posted their photos on porn sites.

‘Fortunately, Facebook has a handy alert system that can warn you any time it suspects you are about to become a victim…’
How to set this up


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