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Re: Technology and Coping
On Mon, 16 Jun 1997, David Staudacher wrote:
> I think the expense is another good reason to try and keep noise
> cancellation systems from being hailed as the answer to the problem.
> Now it seems to me that if instead of having people
> leave the city to find quiet, we could instead bring quiet to the
> city, then we wouldn't need to spend so much on subsidies for mass
> transit. Without the need to "get away" to find peace and quiet, I
> think people would naturally prefer to live near where they work.
You make some very good points.
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