From: Brian Thomas Rex <btr1@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 1994 00:26:59 -0400
I've sat by idly watching this sucker pump himself up and plug his book
like he's on Larry King or Oprah. Let's not reduce this list to "guess
the guy who likes me most. PS Buy my book." I know the name of it now
and I feel sure that as we continue our dialogue I'll here (and I look
forward to) more of the opinions you have recorded within your book.
Please, no more thinly veiled plugs.
On Sun, 23 Oct 1994, David Sucher wrote:
> On Sun, 23 Oct 1994, R+MA wrote:
> > >The most seminal thinker in American
> > >urban planning in the last 40 years has told me it is 'clear, to the point
> > >and constructive' and very graciously volunteered it as a blurb.
> > >
> > Who, pray tell is this seminal figure?
> I'd like to hear some ideas on who it might be. In fact, as a general
> proposition, it would be an interesting question to know if indeed there
> is such a figure. And as a nice segway (is that how it is spelled?) would
> anyone nominate Derrida?
> CITY COMFORTS: How to Build an Urban Village