"Water, water everywhere?"
by National Building Museum curator Susan Piedmont-Palladino
Ben Franklin warned us. You won’t miss the water ‘til the well runs dry. That’s a cautionary metaphor, but it’s also literally true. In the developed world we take our water for granted. We pour drinking water on our lawns, the largest irrigated crop in America. We spray drinking water to clean sidewalks and wash cars. And that’s just the water we can see.
John Tolva, director of citizenship & technology for the IBM Corporation, talks about what makes cities intelligent.
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