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August 26, 2009

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The world changes at such a fast pace that sometimes it's hard to put your finger on what exactly it is we're doing right now.  Michael Malone has taken that one step further in his new book "The Future Arrived Yesterday".  Michael will tell us about the virtualization of the workplace and what corporations may look like in the future.

As the workplace becomes more virtual, our shopping habits have followed.  We'll speak with Larry Weeks and Daniel Aizenman from the design firm Communication Arts join us to explain the future of retail and what they think will become of your neighborhood mall. 

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