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Alone together

As the ranks of free agents swell in a tough economy, networking's paramount

Gatherings like this Free Agent Jungle lunch last month in Cambridge are designed to create a sense of community as well as boost business prospects. (Erik Jacobs Photo for The Boston Globe) Gatherings like this Free Agent Jungle lunch last month in Cambridge are designed to create a sense of community as well as boost business prospects.
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / March 9, 2009

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They are website designers and computer programmers, lawyers and writers, and even a voice-over artist. All of them recently gathered at a Porter Square tavern for a lunch hosted by Free Agent Jungle, a business networking start-up for those out on their own. (Full article: 974 words)

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