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SocioTimes Page Closes, But Updates Continue
Category: CULTURAL TRENDS
By: Pete Kendall, June 13, 2008

You will find the last SocioTimes entry at the top of the column on the right, and the rest by visiting the archive which is listed above.  Thanks again for the news items and insights many of you have submitted over the years.
To keep getting the latest socionomic updates:
1. Subscribe  to EWFF and EWT and get our regular monthly take on the culture. 
  
2.  Join the mailing list by clicking here. These occasional e-mails will help you stay up to speed on the major developments in socionomics. You'll also receive free socionomics reports, updates and the Progress in Socionomics newsletter.

3. Keep an eye on elliottwave.com’s main page and socionomics.net. I will also post occasional entries at both sites. 

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