Marina Gorbis | October 2014

Marina Gorbis shares a brief look at how labor has evolved throughout humanity’s brief working life. Historically, we haven’t worked in centralized organizations for very long – early work was primarily transactional, agricultural, and substantial. But today, through the advent of open platforms and widely accessible technology, that technological advantage is being disrupted. Transaction costs for the individual are shrinking, which allows more people to make a profit working outside of large organizations.