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From the Ted Talk "Lisa Gansky: The future of business is the "mesh""

Unscramble the Blue Letters

I'm speaking to you about what I call the "mesh." It's estliealsny a fundamental shift in our relationship with stuff, with the things in our lvsei. And it's starting to look at — not always and not for everything — but in certain moments of time, access to certain kinds of goods and service will trump wieprnhos of them. And so it's the pursuit of better things, easily shared. And we come from a long tradition of rshnaig. We've shared transportation. We've shared wine and food and other sorts of fabulous experiences in coffee bars in Amsterdam. We've also shared other sorts of entertainment — sports arenas, iulcbp parks, concert halls, libraries, universities. All these things are share-platforms, but sharing ultimately atstsr and esdn with what I refer to as the "mother of all share-platforms."

Open Cloze

I'm speaking to you about what I call the "mesh." It's ___________ a fundamental shift in our relationship with _____, with the things in our _____. And it's starting to look at — not always and not for everything — but in certain moments of time, access to certain kinds of goods and service will trump _________ of them. And so it's the pursuit of better things, easily shared. And we come from a long tradition of _______. We've shared transportation. We've shared wine and food and other sorts of fabulous experiences in coffee bars in Amsterdam. We've also shared other sorts of entertainment — sports arenas, ______ parks, concert halls, libraries, universities. All these things are share-platforms, but sharing ultimately ______ and ____ with what I refer to as the "mother of all share-platforms."

Solution

  1. ends
  2. sharing
  3. starts
  4. essentially
  5. stuff
  6. lives
  7. ownership
  8. public

Original Text

I'm speaking to you about what I call the "mesh." It's essentially a fundamental shift in our relationship with stuff, with the things in our lives. And it's starting to look at — not always and not for everything — but in certain moments of time, access to certain kinds of goods and service will trump ownership of them. And so it's the pursuit of better things, easily shared. And we come from a long tradition of sharing. We've shared transportation. We've shared wine and food and other sorts of fabulous experiences in coffee bars in Amsterdam. We've also shared other sorts of entertainment — sports arenas, public parks, concert halls, libraries, universities. All these things are share-platforms, but sharing ultimately starts and ends with what I refer to as the "mother of all share-platforms."

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car sharing 7
transit data 3
big brands 3

Important Words

  1. access
  2. amsterdam
  3. arenas
  4. bars
  5. call
  6. coffee
  7. concert
  8. easily
  9. ends
  10. entertainment
  11. essentially
  12. experiences
  13. fabulous
  14. food
  15. fundamental
  16. goods
  17. halls
  18. kinds
  19. libraries
  20. lives
  21. long
  22. moments
  23. ownership
  24. parks
  25. public
  26. pursuit
  27. refer
  28. relationship
  29. service
  30. shared
  31. sharing
  32. shift
  33. sorts
  34. speaking
  35. sports
  36. starting
  37. starts
  38. stuff
  39. time
  40. tradition
  41. transportation
  42. trump
  43. ultimately
  44. universities
  45. wine