#  The Age of Nomads →

April 12th, 2008 | In Worth Reading 
In an interesting special report, The Economist explores the sociological impacts of what it’s calling the nomadic future. Humans have always migrated and travelled, without necessarily living nomadic lives. The nomadism now emerging is different from, and involves much more than, merely making journeys. A modern nomad is as likely to be a teenager in
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