Dan Bosley also has a blog:
The November 3, 2008 entry makes clear that for two weeks, Dan was in China.
The inter-connections concept in terms of jobs is interesting – however, what is compelling in getting and keeping jobs, in the long run, is productivity – an hourly wage may look cheaper, but not be.
Further, it is value added and value creation that drive prosperity. The decline in manufacturing here is a very bad sign.
Hopefully, the “green revolution” will bring back hands on manufacturing jobs. Humans come in many models – and not all of them are suited to employment in the information field.