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    April 26, 2007

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    Drew McLellan

    David,

    Hmm, clearly there is a research flaw. Where the heck is Des Moines, the blogging capital of the free world?

    We should probably just expose the research as a sham now, eh? :)

    Drew McLellan
    http://www.DrewsMarketingMinute.com

    David Reich

    Yeah, I wondered about Des Moines. Also, Cleveland, Dallas, Alabama, Philly and a few other locales I've come to know.

    Ann Handley

    Thanks for pointing me here, David. I would say that many of these neighborhoods USED to be poor... but are increasingly being gentrified, which I think was the correlation Outside.in drew. Other than that, not sure about methodology... but I agree wtih you. Whither Silicon Valley?

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