Musings on the environmental conditions that spawn innovation. As Johnson says in the introduction, this is kind of a culmination of his other books on urban spaces, science, and social networks. Definitely an “airport book” that skims lightly over a dozen topics, but insightful and fun and a good case for city living.
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