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May. 1st, 2002

quote: "now, in the time of thaw, borders everywhere are melting, sliding, submerging, reemerging/ identities--national, cultural, individual--are experiencing the exultant anxieties that accompany the threat of dissolution... today's national borders are largely inconvenient to world capitalism--they have long been routinely ignored by transnational corporations and by a money market become a global computer network, operating at the speed of light."

victor burgin, 'the city in pieces'.