With all the talk about the rise of the creative class, it begs the question: who's not creative?
For the past few years, there have been lots of articles written about the so-called "creative class". Richard Florida's book, The Rise of the Creative Class, has created buzz around the idea, and cities around the country are vying to be the next breeding ground for the creative class.
But suggesting that there's a "creative class" must mean there is also an "uncreative class". We can't all be creative, can we?
Who is this "uncreative class", and, more importantly, are we doing everything we can to attract it?