Libby Nelson has a great piece on Vox celebrating Jacob's upbeat attitude about cities:
"Her theory of how cities worked was based on how she saw people behave, rather than how architects hoped they would behave. (She didn't mince words, either: In 1958, she called these experts "egocentric children, playing with pretty blocks and shouting "See what I made!")"And Saskia Sassen at The Guardian summed up her work saying that:
"She understood it is the weaving of multiple strands that makes the city so much more than the sum of its residents, or its grand buildings, or its corporate economy."And as you can guess from the image above, Google is celebrating her with today's cartoon/image.