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Re: The Shape of the Future

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  • Simon Baddeley
    I wasn¹t thinking of the logistics at the moment. It just surprises me that this work (and others you mention) isn¹t available here. Perhaps I¹ll just buy
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 8, 2005
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      I wasn¹t thinking of the logistics at the moment. It just surprises me that
      this work (and others you mention) isn¹t available here. Perhaps I¹ll just
      buy it from Amazon USA and wait a few weeks. Try running this by people on
      the carfree times forum.

      Simon



      >
      > Publishing and distribution of our work is not our main business and so we are
      > considering alternatives available to us as the word on our work spreads and
      > our columns build bridges between our two longer publications. (Our second
      > book is Handbook: Three Step Process to Create Balanced Communities and
      > Sustainable New Urban Regions is focuses on practical development and
      > redevelopment strategies in the United States.)
      >
      > The Shape of the Future is available at retail outlets and Amazon.com. We are
      > giving thought to selling an electronic version. We now have a pdf file and
      > could provide a Quark file of the 2005 version.
      >
      > Professor Bjelland inquired about "The Physics of Gridlock" which we do not
      > have an efficient way to distribute.
      >
      > If there is a university press or university department on that side of the
      > Atlantic that would be interested in publishing and distribution of The Shape
      > of the Future and the other products we would be happy to open a discussion of
      > the topic.
      >
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