Checkpoints, IMAX, and waterfalls: The airport's terminal identity crisis
If you think you know how to complain about airports, just listen to Benjamin Bratton's beatnik spoken-word fugue of polysyllables. "The airport is where the birth pangs of the Stack, the armature of planetary computation, are felt most viscerally," the philosopher said at a fancy conference on airport architecture in Los Angeles recently.
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