Analysis of the situation of Shopping Malls that have closed in the USA in a video report from Wired. It’s interesting to hear the balance of over-supply, changes in shopping habits, and changes in people’s social gathering habits are all thought to contribute to the change. No one thing has contributed to the decline, and …

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This article is measured and seeks to propose that the health effects of a digital overload need to be recognized and strategies developed to deal constructively with a problem that will not go away. Though referenced in US terms, it would seem that Australia is not far removed from its central points: Historians and clinicians …

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Ten minutes of video about why all shopping centres look the same, along with a bit of lead-up information. Turns out suburbs and teenagers have something to do with it. And some guy named ‘Gruen.’ US in origin, but since similar developments occurred in Australia roughly around the same time the information seems to ring …

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