A highlight from Best of Design Matters: Rob Walker

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The message of be happy for what you have. Rob walker after the brick. Some may know rob walker as the consumed columnist for The New York Times Magazine, where he writes about consumers and business. But since 1992, rob has also been chronicling where he was when he learned that someone, anyone of interest had died. Each year of this death diary can be found in his annual Zine called where were you? He is also one of the creators of the hypothetical development organization, which tells the fictional stories of fictional places like the museum of the self, and the loitering center. More on that later. His most recent book is buying in the secret dialog between what we

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