An article in Quartz via Ritholtz’s Reads (I am meta-curating): Brace yourself: the most disruptive phase of globalization is just beginning. I don’t especially agree with much of this, but it is a good read. One thing it gets right is that part of the equation for a ‘Free Market’ is free movement of labor. This is what Globalization (and treaties such as NAFTA) miss. Capital, jobs and even entire factories can move, but the labor can’t. The thoughts on telepresence are interesting and bold and something I have never heard even from people who work in telepresence companies.