You know a handful of people are going to get silly rich and the rest of us are going to be driving cars for Uber part-time or whatever the business model is. And I don’t think — and I like to see us evolve into an era with a constant proliferation of business models that meet the needs of smaller subsets of the population, as opposed to a predominant business model that meets the needs of a lot of people, but a lot of people’s needs go unmet because the model wasn’t designed for them.
And so I’m hoping we get into an era where there’s a constant flow of new business models and some of which will get huge, and yes people are going to get rich, and that’s okay with me. But those business models are constantly going to be challenged to meet the needs of smaller subsets of the population, and it’s an exciting time. I’m very optimistic about this because it’s the proliferation of these business models that are going to allow us to solve some of the big social challenges that we have, and I want to see the environment that allows those to proliferate a lot more. So I’m optimistic about the future, but I’m not naive about the impact of those transitions, and what it means for us in society when we’re affected by them. You know it’s what I said in — what I said in Alex’s book; you know when they asked me a quote and I said “Everybody loves innovation until it affects them.” And it’s just true.