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February 09, 2009

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Mark Bantigue

This goes back to the 2009 (and onward) trend in entrepreneurship of the artisan economy. Back to basics. If one notices, our society has come (or on its way) full circle to the ancients - green sustainable living off the land, knowledge-based progression, fellow artisan support and patronizing, and work-life balance. Only this time, technology has linked everything for instant/fast linkages, information dissemination, and efficiency. Exciting times. Now if we could only be a beacon of peace once more...

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