Those of you who know me in "real life" might remember me talking about how much I enjoyed Rushkoff's newest book that was published recently. Well, he just put out a short video that summarizes many of the useful and interesting best-parts of the book: YouTube Link
I especially like the part where he explains why family owned businesses are so much more stable than other businesses. Makes sense. He also explains the flow of how the economy has worked since the dark ages, and how modern technology platforms, while a mostly good thing, necessitate doing things differently now, or else.
Anyway, enjoy the video, or not :-)