A letter commenting on a NYT article:
We won’t have a superstar company until one of them has the willingness to tackle the most lucrative global business that has not even been thought of yet. I have thought of it for 50 years. I call it cybercommunities and I am referring to the car-free cities of the future which will be built as computers were. The prototype will cost a mint to conceive and build but from then on it will be gravy. Silence around the wisdom of a car free world with integral cities on a scale that enables viable local commerce and democracy is deafening. Every time I see a reference to hot monster corporations I think how short-sighted everything is.