[opening chapter of book 1, beginning]
It all began with a letter …
Berlin, 2 March 2016
Dear Mr Tom Holbon,
Sometimes I wonder what I would do with a fortune like yours. And the answer is actually simple: I would set up a team of experts for an experiment which might or might not answer all the questions foremost on my mind.
Do you think your kind of fortune would be sufficient to build an experiment? Building, being one of the clues. Exploring, another.
Well, you seem to have the sort of influence to bring together all the experts required. And from what I hear, you are a programming businessman with an altruistic streak. All of which would come in handy.
So how about we set up an experiment which might turn the world upside down? In which case, we could give it a good shake.
If you are intrigued, I would be happy to present my ideas to you in person.
book 1: beginning, or drafting a town experiment
book 1: beginning,
or drafting a town experiment
Alice Adler, a Berliner, sets out to convince Tom Holbon, the richest man on the planet, to build a town experiment. The aim of the experiment is to rethink — well, everything.
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At its core the Easy Town experiment is about being curious, about trying out visions, about exploring and playing around with ideas, testing the limits of the possible, daring to try out the unconventional, questioning the inevitable, allowing for complexity.book 1, beginning, before