That's the opportunity for new markets for digital print output.
read at Seeking Alpha, posted February 14,2009
How the Crash Will Reshape America
"While Richard Florida -- author of The Rise of the Creative Class, among other books -- is a controversial fellow among some of my friends and colleagues, his new piece in The Atlantic is worth reading.
Essentially Florida argues the following:
1. Many of the hardest-hit formerly industrial (e.g., Detroit, St. Louis, etc. ) cities over the last few decades will be hit even harder
2. Sun-belt fake cities, like Phoenix and Las Vegas, will pay the price for their nonsensical existence
3. Mega-regions will rise higher
4. Exurbs will become like the abandoned settlements of the Anasazi."
My recent column at Mediashift/PBS.org: Print is the Next Big Thing