Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, Ph.D.

I study people, technology, and the worlds they make

Coffee houses and the Internet

On my work blog, Future Now, I have a long piece that riffs on a recent Economist essay comparing the early modern coffee-house with the Internet. Rather than publish it in both places, I’ll just provide a link and go to bed.

On a totally unrelated note, are any TypePad users finding that the text boxes aren’t word-wrapping? (I’m using Netscape.) It’s kind of irritating.

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