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At least you've got Malcolm Gladwell to look forward to tomorrow. I'm looking forward to reading your commentary of that.

Haha, well at least some of it sounds interesting?

My brother lives in Chicago. Fantastic city. Make sure you go to that Millennium Park at lunchtime. The big faces and the Anish Kapoor sculpture are great. And brilliant fun with a digital camera.

PS That stuff about agencies shrinking is true.

At least you've got Malcolm Gladwell to look forward to tomorrow. I'm looking forward to reading your commentry of that.

Just been to Millenium Park. It's fantastic. Forgot my camera though.

Glad you liked it. The way Chicago does big, public, free things always impresses me. This is after all, the skyscraping city with a man made beach one block East.

Millennium Park is fantastic. That Anish Kapopr thing is just amazing. And it's free. And it's open to the public. And it's art. And puts a smile on people's faces.

Apparently when the Mayor was elected a few years ago, he decided to pour all the city's money into making the city look nice. Parks, gardens, clean streets etc. He believed that if the place looked nice, everything else would fall into place.

A lesson for us all?

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