Marc Canter's Digital City


4 Responses to “Marc Canter's Digital City”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hey everybody

    I just updated our Digital City Mechanics site with a recent white paper that explains everything.

    And this is not just about training for jobs – this is about creating jobs as well.

  2. Locobot says:

    Is there really a shortage of workers with basic net skills? People with really advanced net skills can’t make money right now so it’s hard to see what tons of people with basic skills could do for a company.

    • Anonymous says:

      Honestly in Cleveland there’s a shortage of folks with really advanced skills as well. I know probably half a dozen companies hiring programmers in the area and if you want to be an independent consultant there’s even more work. Cleveland is an old manufacturing town, and a lot of people still work in “blue collar” jobs here today which means a surprisingly large number really don’t have a modern internet-era skillset.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Feh.. I liked his digiscents idea better. mmm…I love the smell of the web in the morning! and yes it was called “iSmell” Seriously.

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