Talk:3.1.B. The Communism of Capital, or, the cooperative nature of cognitive capitalism

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How is the "vectoralist" class related to netarchical capitalism's "netarchical capitalist?" It seems that the main difference is in the fact that the netarchical capitalist has a stated desire to exploit vectors, while the vectoralist is simply in control of them. --Alex Rollin 06:51, 7 June 2010 (UTC)

yes, that's it, the vectoralist class, theorized by MacKenzie Wark, owns the vectors, and artists can't distribute their creations; with netarchical capital, ownership of the vectors is no longer necessary, though platforms are important, but creatives can distribute their content themselves, however, monetization is a problem, and largely under the control of netarchical capital

--Mbauwens 09:06, 7 June 2010 (UTC)