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Editors Notes

In the quest for offering limitless choice, digital marketers and programmers have enabled our retreat into a tribe of one, a singular profile to which all messages can be specifically tailored.

Wisconsin is rapidly graying. What impact will this have on our quality of life?

While many people don’t bother with visiting or posting to the comments sections of websites, these spaces—much like a town meeting or kitchen table—can be home to the kinds of thoughtful and constructive conversations that transcend cu

At first glance the title of my editorial in this issue might seem to be satirical.

The fever started during lunch at a friend’s cabin on the Wisconsin River this spring. Over sandwiches and homemade potato salad, my friend offered us an open-ended invitation to stay for a week at the cabin during the summer.

No, it's not a court case. Yet.

You might have noticed something a little different when you picked up this issue of Wisconsin People & Ideas. It's true: we've had a makeover.

It was the first major event for my new job.

Perhaps the holiday season is a good time to remind ourselves how fortunate we are that Wisconsin continues to have a wealth of luminaries who help improve the quality of our lives by bringing high-paying jobs and economic growth to the state.

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