A recent Meyer Bergman advertorial considers how technology lets us rediscover our roots, highlighting the relevance of urban meeting places. In ancient Rome, citizens gathered at the Forum – the market place where civic events, gladiatorial combats, commerce, and anything of importance occurred. Central meeting places have served a vital function throughout the history of mankind, which is why they are found across continents in most villages, towns, and cities. View the Meyer Bergman advertorial.