De C, around p28, mentions gifts and potlatch. This of course shifts my attention to Lewis Hynde's book The Gift, with its emphasis on gift economy as a tactical 'way' within the world that is particularly suited to creative work (in the broad sense). I'll take another look at my notes from Hynde shortly.
Around about the same area, DeC starts talking about the diversion of la perruque taking place across contexts (ie not localizably), through actions. The coincidence of terms (if it is a coincidence), makes me wonder what the current popularity of Getting Things Done reveals about its adherents' attitudes to work and the order on which it takes place. In the Spinozan sense, perhaps they are taking charge of an internal order of justification for their work? Aided and abetted by the fluidity of digital working?