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Professor Paul Romer's work on "infocapitialism" is cited

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Excerpt from The Guardian -- "The economist Paul Romer, whose work in the 1990s shaped our understanding of infocapitalism, defined information as 'instructions for making things.' Because these instructions are reproducible using minute amounts of labour, energy and mass, and not used up in the process of production, Romer concluded they would end up either very cheap or free."

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