Paul Iddon's comments
How is it remotely helpful to architects to be lumped in with TV, film and music? Architects are an inextricable part of the construction economy.
Jon Ronson's book should be a must read for those who spending time posting on social media. A salutary lesson. 'So You've Been Publicly Shamed' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/So_You%27ve_Been_Publicly_Shamed
I'm definitely going to re-read The Fountainhead.
Paul Finch has definitely improved engagement with AJ. Nobody gets more comments as far as I can see. Whether you agree with him or not (I'm not sure myself - no offence, Mr. Finch), he's clearly an excellent writer touching many a nerve. A highly enjoyable read and his responses are priceless. All of a sudden the AJ has become a more interesting place to go - worth the subscription.
"dismal succession of provincial non-entities who fancy a break from practice" Does that include Jane Duncan, Ben Derbyshire, Steve Hodder, Ruth Reed and Sunand Prasad? I think they may take issue with that.
We are fundamentally social animals. It is hard to see there not being a real enthusiasm for a return to offices of the right sort.
It could also be 'Lagom' - the sort of In-vogue Swedish term.
How does this compare with similar surveys from say 30 years ago? It would be useful to see how this has changed over time in specific categories.
Love the cross sell on subscription and special edition at the end.
Been saying this for years - with monotonous regularity