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Byline: M. Paul Jackson
Feb. 2--It seems Angelos Angelou was right all along.
Angelou, a Texas consultant, released a market assessment plan for the Triad in the fall, calling for the area to latch onto the burgeoning digital-design industry.
At the time, the concept still seemed new to the area, and some economic officials seemed skeptical about its future.
More and more, economic development leaders are embracing the idea of computer-technology design theory within the Triad, seeing it as a new way to build the region's economy, many have said.
But the concept is still new, and officials admit the idea is still in development.
"I think we're …