A clean description of bubble economics:

The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.

Bernard Lietaer gives a solution to this structural issue:

Michael Linton specifies some design requirements

for a resilient financial ecosystem:

(in ten parts)

Open Money: Part 1 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 2 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 3 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 4 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 5 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 6 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 7 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 8 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 9 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

Open Money: Part 10 from alan rosenblith on Vimeo.

In case you can’t read, the last ten videos were produced by my colleague Alan Rosenblith. If you’re still hungry to learn more about this stuff, you can watch his feature-length film The Money Fix for free online.

Also, you can follow the Emergence Collective as they develop a film project for The Future of Money conference, which should be ready in early November.

And if you’re still hungry after that, you can watch all the videos over at The Ingenisist Project.

If you get through all of that, give me a call, you’ve now a level one currency jedi