"WHAT TO BRING FROM WHERE" ?
< DRAFT >
Supporting international travel to have a #logistics side.
#mercantilism #supplychains #postinternet #resources #systematics
2015-xx-xx when [david's friend] jemi brought macadamia nuts from south africa to hamburg
2015-xx-xx original doc on david desktop, i think ?
2017-07-17 docu stub
2017-08-26 merge with desktop docu
2019-05-22 overview +lies @ihi3
2019-09-05 overview @ben.berlin
2020-02-26 quick overview
Table of Contents
|2||*** Goods, By Location|
|2.1||(ALL -> ALL)|
|2.3.7||(Ethnic markets in EU cities)|
|2.3.8||China / Shenzhen|
|2.3.9||UK / London|
|2.3.10||India / Asia / Africa / "Third World"|
|3||*** VIRTUAL EXCHANGE|
|3.1.1||* local rare data / content:|
|3.1.2||* art (music, film, media) collections|
|3.2.1||* sensor data ?|
|3.2.2||* remote labour|
|4.1||"Main research direction" ?|
|4.2||Topics / Taglines|
|4.3||Alike / to search for|
Common to all is, that (while sensible/scalabe for transportation), they are comparatively:
* economic (cheap)
* easy available
* higher quality
... in some specific location.
Goods for self-use & interrior non-profit distribution.
<spices, contact lens fluid, aloe vera, laptops, cigarettes, alcohol, ...>
Cute & rare & relatively economic goods (for friends, hosts, etc).
<belgian chocolate, souvenirs, natural obscurities, ...>
Goods that can be sold at a profit (as easy as possible to "get rid of").
(FOR THIS YOU NEED):
* Universal Redistributors:
as much variety as possible, to offload any goods
* Storage capacity
*** Goods, By Location
(ALL -> ALL)
* local rare seeds
* chosen collectible souvenirs:
* for David for mom: Thimbles ! ;)
* for Lies: shells !
* solar panels
* electronics gadgets (batteries, etc)
* service industry (workshops, etc)
* art & culture
* contact lens fluid (@Rossman)
* "Modulor" bags @Berlin
* salt !!!!!
* cigarres, tobacco products
* aloe trees
* lemon trees:
(I saw one being sold in hamburg for 65€ ... You could fit 2 like that in a 20€ luggage bag)
* aloe vera ?
* sausages (fuet, salcichon, chorizo)
* red wine
* high-quality belgian chocolate ~20€/kg:
(you could load off with 10-20€/kg profit if properly repacked?)
* sauces (samurai, mammooth, etc)
* white wine (from Štajerska, like Renski Rizling, or Šipon):
Mercator (Hipermarkets) have wine 2.09€ per L, wine tap ("faß")- great white & red
* red wine Teran (Wikipedia🔗Teran)
* šnops (schnaps)
* Sedum annuum (eng: annual stonecrop) Alpine plant
* "Radenska" mineral water
* pumpkin oil (100%!) ~15€
* Multi Sola natural fruti elixier
* absinthe ?
(Ethnic markets in EU cities)
* cheap nuts
China / Shenzhen
* electronic parts
UK / London
* spices !!!
India / Asia / Africa / "Third World"
* instruments ?
* furniture ?
* macadamia nuts ~ 5€/kg:
(you could load off with 10€/kg profit?)
*** VIRTUAL EXCHANGE
* local rare data / content:
* art (music, film, media) collections
* sensor data ?
* remote labour
"Main research direction" ?
If something is produced somewhere, in some territory
And the territory has some specific property (geographic, social/economic, ...)
Then there is a good chance, there will be specific types of product / service available to export to other places
Globalisation very much erased "opportunity" for small-scale mercantilism
However, specific types of source items ["authentic", hand-crafted, ... fast developing like tech gadgets]
... in specific localities [less reached by globalism - like Canaries]
... might present this opportunity
Topics / Taglines
* "P2P TRADE"
* OPEN LOGISTICS
* [This is a way to] offset #hypertravel ... to #earn
* "Stuff which value significantly grows when changing territory":
a) to any other territory
b) to a specific other territory
* supply chains
* [part of] #postinternet goods distribution
* #mercantilism / #lim0
Alike / to search for
* "unique things to buy in X":
* "What to Buy in X"
* "what can I bring back from X"
* "What Souvenirs to Bring Back from X"
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