I will not be writing about the three primary activities associated with GDP. However, I will be discussing the three primary motivations for GDP, and how they affect the amount of GDP produced and the GDP per capita.
In the GDP world, GDP per capita is the amount of money a person in the US receives in a year. So, $1,000,000 is the GDP that you could have if you worked only one year for your whole life.
For example, if you worked one year for 5 years in your entire life, your GDP would be 5,000,000. If you worked for 8 years in your whole life, your GDP would be 8,000,000. Or if you worked 100 years in your whole life, your GDP would be 100,000,000.
For a good example of just how much GDP per capita (GDPi) affects GDP, see the GDP/capita index.
GDP is the total amount of money that the US has in the form of hard currency. So, a year’s GDP is $5,000,000 per person.
The main reason why you don’t spend money on the computer is because you don’t do anything with it. It’s just a tool that gives you the power to manipulate your life.
That is a very good point that really struck home for me. It’s not just that it doesn’t include spending time online, it also doesn’t include the physical act of working. If you really want to spend money on the computer then you have to spend it on something that provides an actual service, like making your own currency. The computer takes on a life of its own and doesn’t have any real purpose other than to give you power over your life.
Yes, you can spend money on computers to do things that have no value other than to help you manipulate your life.
Spending money on computers also doesnt include buying things for yourself, even if you want a computer that is a piece of tech art that you would use to manipulate your own life. The computer can be used to manipulate other people’s lives, in fact. For example, a computer that is controlled by you, instead of by a system, is a powerful tool.