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Just as documents have changed from linear, one-step-after-another to jump-around, multi-pathed hyperstructures, organizations are shifting from rigid hierarchies into loosely linked, flexible hyper-organizations.
All military units disband and return home to work as organic farmers in the hyperstructures.
Realizing the situation's gravity, President Obama quintuples the size of his reform package so every state can replace its strip malls with high-density glass arcological hyperstructures.
I don’t think it’s the rich who will live in such dreadful “hyperstructures” but the indentured “guest workers” with no rights.
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