“Dear Hadrian - we are running low on Chianti in Londinium”.

Back in 122 AD it was much easier to monitor and share information. For one thing, there just wasn’t that much of it. Even managing a city in a far-flung corner of the Roman Empire didn’t require much data collection, transfer or analysis. That was true for centuries, but in the last 100 years things have certainly changed.

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