Stuck in Analogue: Uber Makes (The) Knowledge Redundant

Posted on Thursday, 03 Jul 2014

My favourite taxi drivers in the world are the London taxi drivers. They are knowledgeable, polite, and experts on the London traffic grid and the capital's geo-location.

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