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The Milkweed Effect: Disseminating Technology to New Regions

This week, I want to test a theory. In short, aspects of the economy and shifts in technology are conspiring to cause the migration of technology-centric and savvy professionals from traditional technology centers such as Silicon Valley and Boston to smaller communities and even remote locations. The resulting infusion into those areas of new blood, entrepreneurial mindset, technological know-how,......

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  • The proliferation of robust and reliable mobile devices, from laptops to cell phones, provides a platform that enables access to networks (both people- and computer-based) no matter where you go.


  • Second, the economic drivers:

    Unemployment has been vastly undercounted in technology centers where a great many professionals work independently ......

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    With little reason to stay in high-priced technology centers, and every benefit in moving to "fresh" locations, it's a scenario that makes sense. And i......

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    Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 08/13/03


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