Elevating talk of a "creative class" to a matter of public policy always made me queasy. Here Richard Florida explains and expands the idea. We are actually all creative. Who knew?
But how can one really tell? There are these things called labor markets that value our effort. What about cities as the engines of growth? These labor markets and these land markets place all of us creative types in the places where we are the most creative (productive). It's all pretty amazing.
Thanks to an anonymous source for the tip.