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Delaware has long been the state of convenience for filing incorporation papers. But those nannies require you to have a physical address and all sorts of trappings of the 19th century. Thanks to law professor David Johnson, who just happens to be developing software to help manage a company with principles distributed remotely, a new law in Vermont will allow you to form limited liability corporations with nothing but a few email addresses. No opportunity for fraud there. No siree. [GigaOm]