The Industrial Age narrative has been the prevailing story of our time. Lying at the core of that story are the values of extraction and tangible assets. But new stories are emerging that shun the extraction economy. The knowledge economy, the attention economy, and the cultural economy are now popular terms, describing the value of intangibility (i.e., invisible things). The most powerful assets are those that are invisible in a traditional sense, yet operate with outsize influence.
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