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Happy Sunday!

I’ve been slacking a bit on adding to the channel here. Busy week

Don’t call time on the megacity by Azeem Azhar

This aligns more than anything I’ve read with my perspective on the future of cities. People will reconsider their situations and many will adjust, but cities will continue to serve as the greatest progress engines ever invented.

Yes, the wealthy—and there are more wealthy humans than ever—can always create options to leave the hubbub of the city. And yes, remote technologies may make it more possible to work remotely, live further away. And while the pandemic is making people nervous this year, next year, and perhaps the next few years, this won’t be happening for the length of time that it takes to stop the tide of humanity agglomerating.

https://ift.tt/3d0Hbat

#cities ____ Happy Sunday!

I’ve been slacking a bit on adding to the channel here. Busy week

Don't call time on the megacity by Azeem Azhar

This aligns more than anything I’ve read with my perspective on the future of cities. People will reconsider their situations and many will adjust, but cities will continue to serve as the greatest progress engines ever invented.

Yes, the wealthy—and there are more wealthy humans than ever—can always create options to leave the hubbub of the city. And yes, remote technologies may make it more possible to work remotely, live further away. And while the pandemic is making people nervous this year, next year, and perhaps the next few years, this won’t be happening for the length of time that it takes to stop the tide of humanity agglomerating.

https://www.exponentialview.co/p/-dont-call-time-on-the-megacityhttps://ift.tt/3d0Hbat

#cities
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The Playing Field

“In life the challenge is not so much to figure out how best to play the game; the challenge is to figure out what game you’re playing.”

https://ift.tt/2NZNkbw ____ The Playing Field

“In life the challenge is not so much to figure out how best to play the game; the challenge is to figure out what game you’re playing.”

http://grahamduncan.blog/the-playing-field/
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