I guess if your name’s Boyle then you’re interested in the money and property (quoted descriptions from Wikipedia);
Mark Boyle aka The Moneyless Man (born 8 May 1979) is a writer and activist best known for founding the online Freeconomy Community, and for living without money since November 2008. Boyle writes regularly for the Freeconomy Blog and British newspaper The Guardian. His first book, The Moneyless Man: A Year of Freeconomic Living was published in 2010.
James Boyle (born 1959) is a Scottish legal academic whose latest work on intellectual property, The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind (2008), Boyle argues that the current system of copyright protections fails to fulfill the original intent of copyright: rewarding and encouraging creativity. It was also published under a non-commercial Creative Commons license. In 2003, he won the World Technology Award for Law for his work on the intellectual ecology of the public domain, and on the “Second Enclosure Movement” that threatens it.
David C. Boyle, (born 1958), is a British author and journalist who writes mainly about history and new ideas in economics, money. His book Funny Money helped launched the time banks movement in the UK. David helped found the London Time Bank, and was co-founder of Time Banking UK. He has been a candidate for Parliament of the United Kingdom, and sits on the federal policy committee of the Liberal Democrats (UK). He was editor of the weekly Liberal Democrat News from 1992-1998.