Civic Economics Enters the 21st Century

Since 2002, some of you may have noticed, we’ve been a bit loose with the official communications from Civic Economics.  The website got stale, we rarely updated the Facebook, and we were completely absent elsewhere. Most of our business comes by word of mouth, so these things may have slipped a bit.  But we made a New Year’s resolution to do better, and it only took five months to get this moving.

New ScreenCapThe new CivicEconomics.com is rolling out to a server near you soon. Our visitors have long appreciated the wealth of substantive content on the old site, so we’re expanding the materials available to download and making it all easier to find.  Be sure to let us know what you think.

Matt says this “Twitter” thing might be for real, so he will be keeping up on the new Twitter.com/CivicEconomics and we hope you will, too. When we read something good, or visit someplace fascinating, we will make a point of letting you know.

We will use CivicEconomics.wordpress.com to share news about the firm and our work, though you don’t need to bookmark that one: the feed will automagically appear at CivicEconomics.com.

And, of course, we’ll keep up with old friends by reposting all that new stuff at Facebook.com/CivicEconomics.

All our thanks to the friends of the firm, and we’ll look forward to keeping up with you for another twelve years.

 

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