“The invisible hand eyeball will simply solve all problems, no need to question how” is pretty much exactly the worst part of someone spouting free market ideology, the laziness part.
There’s no invisible eyeball? I’m not sure what you are referring to. I haven’t made reference to any “free market” or or implied the existence of any self-correcting system.
There’s no force or power of the system apart from the network of relations. I said that hopefully enough people care and attend to the fire station to ensure that it can marshal the resources to maintain the underused fire road. That’s not a claim that any “free hand” will correct the system to ensure that happens. There’s no guarantee that the people will attend to the things that need attending to.
What I’ve said is that we should marshal resources according to what people in fact pay attention to, and we should trust them to self-organize in order to solve the problems they face. The Attention Economy is a kind of infrastructure to enable that self organization, and is meant as an alternative to the infrastructure of money as a means of distributing resources.
Maybe they won’t self-organize, and that road will go unmaintained. It depends entirely on what the people do, what they take the time to attend to. All I’ve argued is that the resources should go to what people in fact attend to, instead of trying to centralize and plan it out in advance according to how money is distributed. Money, or the “Market”, free or not, clearly is not suited to solving the coordination problem. All I’ve argued is that Attenion Economy actually has a shot. There is no way to interpret what I’ve written as an argument to “make the market more free”, especially when I’m explicitly trying to abolish the market entirely.