Shields Bialasik, the chief at LocalsGuide, which I occasionally advise, has taken my advice, and started a blog, hyperlocal 101. Not surprisingly, he is focusing on the issues surrounding “hyperlocalism.” LocalsGuide is devoted putting the concept of the immediate, geographic and personal into practice, both through their geographically-based social network and their print magazine that comes out of the network. I expect to see him expound at length in the time to come on the “culture of hyperlocalism.”

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