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Wooden skyscrapers, trouble in the Suez, geopolitics and the future of remote work in Houston

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Assorted Links Friday

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The era of the wooden skyscraper is now.

In Suez Canal, stuck ship is a warning about globalization: The shutdown of the vital waterway and its impact on trade underscore the world’s reliance on global supply chains.

Someone forget who their customers are: Site selector Dean Barber was invited to a webinar from a  statewide economic development org -- then he found out that they wanted him to pay to attend.

New ships make US Coast Guard a big geopolitical player: Paging Peter Zeihan.

The future of remote work and what it means for Houston, Texas.

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Founder/Host of Econ Dev Show. By day: Economic developer in Galveston County, Texas.


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