Cities got wrecked by COVID, right? Eh, maybe not so much, ya know?

Got this newsletter from Planet Money this morning, which is on the high-esoteric end of 18 months of discussions about how cities will be no more. It actually goes into some backstory on the whole debate and topic, including this, from a book initially penned in 1980:

The third wave, Toffler said, was unleashed by computer and telecommunications…

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Blogging, largely about work and how to improve it. How I make (some) money: http://thecontextofthings.com/work-with-me/

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