” I don’t think the Internet has replaced cities in any significant way, nor really could it. Cities are dynamic – and deeply seductive for the people who flock there – because they broker all sorts of fantastic and useful connections, cultural and economic and social. “


” There is something about the ability to externalize our thoughts and compare them with other people in a public way that is really transformative for the average person. “


” Tip-of-the-tongue syndrome is when people almost remember something but need a computer, or someone else, to help them find it. The problem is, our brains have always been terrible at remembering details. They were like that way before the Internet came along. “


” Politicians or pundits can distort or cherry-pick climate science any way they want to try and gain temporary influence with the public. But any serious industrialist who’s facing ‘climate exposure’ – as it’s now called by money managers – cannot afford to engage in that sort of self-delusion. “



All 4 Clive Thompson Quotes about Way in picture


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There is something about the ability to externalize our thoughts and compare them with other people in a public way that is really transformative for the average person.
Tip-of-the-tongue syndrome is when people almost remember something but need a computer, or someone else, to help them find it. The problem is, our brains have always been terrible at remembering details. They were like that way before the Internet came along.
Politicians or pundits can distort or cherry-pick climate science any way they want to try and gain temporary influence with the public. But any serious industrialist who

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