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  • I've been thinking about the idea of "omnitopia" again: basically, Andrew Wood at San Jose State put a name to the absolute same-ness of American suburbs, and furthermore, to most stores and shops that dot the country.

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  • It's more evidence of what Andrew Wood at San Jose State calls "omnitopia," which are workplaces of "ubiquitous, ever-present environments" - we've all seen people make the same damn coffee drinks in about 4000 locations all over the country.

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  • It explores Wood's definition of "omnitopia," a place and state fueled by the sameness of experiences in modern public places and enabled by personal technology. - latest science and technology news stories

  • I think that the whole concept of omnitopia is ingrained in all of us at this point.

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  • I just thought I'd toss in my five cents for anyone wanting to learn more about omnitopia as it expands (and meets its edges).

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  • I wonder how omnitopia relates to the concept of a "transit village," several of which are proposed around New Jersey, Calif, and a few others places ...

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  • Has our omnitopia chit chat made her homesick, or is she glad to be oceans away from the nearest Hardee's (or as my daughter calls it, Stardee's)?

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  • Nothing gives off the sheen of safety more than the identical omnitopia of America's fast-food joints, Home Depots and acres of asphalt around strip malls, and now those havens even in the whitest of breads known as Northern Virginia – have been turned into hotbeds of fear.

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