December 22, 2014

Right of Way

Food for thought from Seth Godin

Lately, we seem to be making some new decisions about right of way that change this perspective. That cars ought to have right of way over pedestrians and bicycles. That huge corporations have right of way over individuals. That the authorities have the right of way over the presumed innocent, and that the marketer’s infinite need-for-attention has right of way over quiet and privacy.


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