[Ci2] Gentrification, public money, lined pockets: Daniel Brook on the Ruse of the Creative Class. No one sets themselves up for success as well as the man who can provide the rationale for the big and powerful to do what they already wanted to do. (But seriously, good for those who admitted their error.)
[Ci3] Corporations have their own language that help move them along, so it makes sense that cities would to.
[Ci4] Skunthala says that cities are not the future.
[Ci5] As an experiment, switch the context of this article from gentrification to immigration and let’s see where it lands.
[Ci6] Las Vegas’ motto has always practically been “The devil may care”… and now what will it do if the devil does?
[Ci8] Greg Clark writes about the urban revolution.
[Ci9] It should come as no surprise that I love this sort of thing. Use every inch of real estate!
According to a survey, San Francisco, CA is America's snobbiest city, followed by New York, NY and Boston, MA.
— Facts of Life (@factionizt) September 6, 2017