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The creative class is a lie: The dream of a laptop-powered "knowledge class" is dead. The media is melting. Blame the economy -- and the Web
But for those who deal with ideas, culture and creativity at street level — the working- or middle-classes within the creative class — things are less cheery. Book editors, journalists, video store clerks, musicians, novelists without tenure — they’re among the many groups struggling through the dreary combination of economic slump and Internet reset. The creative class is melting, and the story is largely untold.

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b_vainamoinen
Oct. 2nd, 2011 08:18 pm (UTC)
Hmmm....

If only there were some people who were good at expressing ideas, telling stories, or getting ideas across who could find a way to express this.
songdogmi
Oct. 3rd, 2011 01:19 pm (UTC)
I'll see what I can do. Make some calls. There's a vendor in Bangalore who could get this done. For that's how we do it now in the Creative Class (tm, pat.pend.).
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