Monthly Archives: April 2010

Tranzitioning Summary, Part 1

We’ve just finished reviewing the changes occurring in employment today, and the prognosis is clear — fewer full-time jobs with benefits, and more self-employment-like opportunities where people work for themselves.  Coincidentally, Intuit (the people behind Quicken) have published a well-researched … Continue reading

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The Rise of Desktop Manufacturing in the Great Recession

In the last post, we talked about the changing nature of markets and marketing in the Great Recession.  This time we’ll focus in on one of the results of these changes:  Desktop Manufacturing. In the old days, it could cost … Continue reading

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