Well, I had an argument and I used the example of free software to show that not everything is based on money as a motivation (obviously I was arguing with fans of capitalism). My argument was "Whatever a huge company has built, Microsoft, it is provided by free by people not being paid to develop it". Implying of course Windows vs Linux and MS Office vs OpenOffice.
My opinion behind free software and for forums like this and for anything people do for free is that simply there are motivations alternate to money which are not THAT rare. And we should see them as a bright example (than you all) as people not only working for wealth.
What do you think??
P.S. The argument it self came from somebody asking me "Do you believe in a Universal Health care" and "Who should provide it to the people" after I said yes. My idea is that the government in the end is more suited for the task. Even though it is inefficient, corrupted, unmotivated etc etc still theoretically at least you shouldn't have a "pay to get healthy" equation. Don't ask why I used my example as an argument...