Shouldn't the best city (or, for that matter,
) be whereever
a Monk (or even acolyte) decides to be ?
This reminds me very much of the recent dust up in France...
rather than encouraging entrepreneurship to create
jobs, the passive and, oddly, accepted answer is to
I've done some
pretty decent Perl hacking in some very remote locales, with nothing
but a Jeep battery to recharge the laptop. Some of my best
design/development has occured with a tall Whibdey's Port and tasty
cigar at my elbow, lit only by sunshine or campfire.
If your purpose is to locate yourself to find work, you'll always be a nomad.
If your purpose is to locate the work that finds you, you'll always
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