The shape of the information city: Understanding the impacts of the information revolution on city form
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The shape, organization, and evolution of cities are increasingly being determined by a new dynamic with its own logic: the information revolution. This article argues that the nature of this urban change goes well beyond teleworking and points to four key areas of impact that have important implications for cities and for planners.La forme, l'organisation et l'évolution des villes sont de plus en plus déterminées par une nouvelle dynamique dotée de sa propre logique : la révolution de l'information. Cet article soutient que la nature de ce changement urbain va bien au-delà du télétravail et décrit quatre secteurs majeurs qui ont des conséquences importances pour les villes et pour !es urbanistes.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-1738
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