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Clicking The Economy

Clicking The Economy

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Bailouts, investments, securities, oh my. There's so much drama in the economic story these days that it's hard to keep up. One way that people are working on the econo-drama is through the help of the interweb — I posted a few of my personal faves the other day — and while we're in Phoenix, a town famous for it's tech, we've invited author Bill Tancer to our show, to explain how the economy relates to his book, Click: What Millions of People Are Doing Online and Why it Matters. Here's a primer. What are you searching for when it comes to the economy? Sympathy? Explanations? A ticket out?

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