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Future Tense Newsletter: Owning Up to the Small Stuff

Greetings, Future Tensers, It’s a new month, which means it’s time for a new Futurography course. This time, we’re looking into the ways technology is reshaping ownership—from the disappearance of physical media to the rise of on-demand autonomous vehicles. As always, we’re starting with a conversational introduction as well as a cheat sheet that will guide you through some of the lingo, key players, and major debates.
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