May I link money-to-money by Webjam ?
Well, by the moment it is Mousephone_depending as so many things. In fact when you add the results of the money datevaluation to the results of the other 3 economic practices (consumption, savings, investment) of the Classic Economy, you will find the 4G3W Economy, that maded by communication motors throught the WWW. Soon Google or Others W3C full accepted opperators must propose very soon the money link fonction for the creation of the personalized money giving the control of the bank-finantial power to each person who is able to save money first than another.
Who is saving latter are not doing so well as who save before.
Because it is not the same : to save now or to save latter.
And some of yours 10€uros-cash-parcels...
...webcashgoing over universocial_cash_anchor...
...just by personalizing-your-money-to-money link with your better webdate...
... that's all you need to create your webpowered-live-savings .
Then webfishing, your Webjammotor start to run into Economy 4G3W, sharing daily 12 o'clock New York_cash_results and getting webcashmatic plusvalues over the datevalors properties, their Owndated Webquantum which are parcels of Owned Timestock (it means live-webdated-savings).
Oh Yeah Google may touch the link money-to-money for the NEW e-mail generation.
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The link money-to-money is a personal bank-finantial fonction for the money datevaluation into Economy 4G3W
You are welcome and I hope you like to colaborate with your ideas and creation details to associate with my Creative Commons Copyrights for the money datevaluation Theory & Practices of the 4G3W Economy that by communication motors through the World Wide Web created by Sir Tim Berners Lee.
The members of the 4G3W-Team would be happy of your full colaboration.
Best regards / Thank you / FilipeAlvesFerreira#4(1942)