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on a far more positive note, I have a book suggestion for people who love , networks, infrastructures, Los Angeles, or all of the above: The Infrastructural City by Kazys Varnelis worldcat.org/title/infrastruct

It's not pessimistic enough to really hammer the point that LA is in "perpetual crisis mode" but it does situate the city as a weird & freaky place that can only exist thanks to infrastructural networks, and has been shaped by the development of these networks.

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