I have seen it change more often than not and, if it does not change, become hyper expensive to a point where you cannot enjoy it because stress is omnipresent. I have seen how this system affects us and warps us and turns us into what we are naturally not, destroyers.
I conceive of Fabric as a way of addressing this. Regular readers already know about my idea, in its post-staking simplicity. I'll get started with a canvass of Boracay soon, the initial research that will inform a beta platform going forward. I have a concept of how to fold a fictional endeavor into this, but I need to get Arisugawa Park out first. Or maybe not....
Core questions: what would the platform need to contain, content-wise and transactionally, to usurp the other clutterful options? How would it need to be niched to avoid stepping on feet, while exerting long term change that many agree is necessary? How to point others to the app and move the revenue toward the on-the-ground fabric programs that ensure sustainability? How to get others who are more social, good looking, eloquent, and motivated to do this work, which is really the work of many? How to speak to those who invest in green startups and do not expect fabric-quashing multiples?
Call me the idea man.