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February 16, 2009


J. Strupp

That's a quality read. I think it's going to take some time for most people to come to grips with what has happened so the full gravity of Florida's piece may not resonate as much as it will in a year's time.

This statement can't be emphasized enough:

"But most of all, it will be a landscape that can accommodate and accelerate invention, innovation, and creation—the activities in which the U.S. still holds a big competitive advantage."

The innovative nature of our people are our nation's greatest asset. We need to re-focus our efforts away from the creative schemes of finance and find ways to achieve real productive growth for our economy. Let's hope things are beginning to change for the better.

Torsti Setson

This is a great article - what worries me is that people in Milwaukee won't get fired up enough about and will go along being "ho hum" and "what can i do" about this stuff. This is a phenomenal opporunity for Milwaukee to define itself in an innovative way - just while trashy place like vegas and phoenix are shedding reputation, we could pick things up. Will we?

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