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V. The Liminal Freelance
Landscape: Geography,
Proximity, and Community
You have to be able to function as if you are on the frontier again.
There’s no backup. The 20th century was all about moving from the rural
spreading out and centralizing in the city. That’s now breaking down.
People are pulling back out to work in exurbs or small towns like where I
am and staying connected to a big city for the purpose of coming
together every so often for face time or to sell a new client.”
B i l l C a v a n a u g h , A u d i o E n g i n e e r
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