Link to the Time Magazine Site
Intelligent Cities from National Building Museum on Vimeo.
I took the community poll (only 5 questions). http://www.nbm.org/intelligentcities/topics/community/poll-3.html After you take the poll, you can look at the answers so far.
One of the interesting things I noticed is based on Question #2, which reads: What do you consider to the be center of your town or city? The possible answers are (1) a civic building, such as town hall, library, or post office, or (2) a cultural facility such as a museum, or performance space, or (3) a green space such as a park, community garden or, playing fields, or (4) Shopping, or (5) There doesn't seem to be a center.
Sadly, out of the 498 responses so far, 22.7% of the respondents said that there doesn't seem to be a center.
Once you get past the survey, I thought this link was ineresting too. http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,2026653,00.html