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Friday Harbor-based technologist shares predictions at annual Bellingham event

Mark Anderson speaks at the Rotary Club of Bellingham's fundraising dinner Feb. 9 at the Bellingham Golf & Country Club. Anderson presented 10 predictions about global tech and the economy at the 18th annual event.
Mark Anderson speaks at the Rotary Club of Bellingham's fundraising dinner Feb. 9 at the Bellingham Golf & Country Club. Anderson presented 10 predictions about global tech and the economy at the 18th annual event. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Frank Catalano CDN Business Contributor
Think CRINK. In business, don’t start with a hypothesis or other bias when reviewing information.

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