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December 13, 2006

Richard Florida

Quote of the day

« New Orleans immigrant baby boom | Main | Economic Diversity, Small Firms, and Urban Growth »

From the Wall Street Journal's recent story on the blurring boundaries of home and work:

"Anyone who still thinks people are actually working at work and not working at home needs to be cleared for landing on reality's. Work and life aren't so much balanced as they are stirred into a stew that often satisfies neither quarter." (Hat tips: David Miller and Steve Pedigo). More here (sub required).

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Michael Bindner

You mean like reading this blog while at work, as I am doing now?

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