Would you like to ask Richard Florida, best selling author of The Rise of the Creative Class, a question? If so, tomorrow is your chance.
HP input | output is doing a series of interviews with some of the smartest people on the planet (the previous edition was with Chris Anderson). The interview will be live streamed so you’re invited to join the webcast tomorrow.
One of the theories Richard is famous for is that metropolitan regions with high concentrations of high-tech workers, artists, musicians, lesbians and gay men, and a group he describes as “high bohemians“, correlate with a higher level of economic development. The topic of the interview is How this Creative Class is Affecting the Way Businesses Think. I’ll be live-tweeting the webcast with Richard.
If you have a question for Richard, leave a comment here, tweet me (@patrick) or join the live interview tomorrow. I’ll make sure to pass all questions along.
P.S. Thanks to HP for bringing us this this event, for partnering with The Next Web community and for giving me the tough task to ask intelligent questions to a super intelligent man like Richard Florida. Wish me luck.
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