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6/3/10 “The Great Car Reset”

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Richard Florida writes in The Atlantic about “The Great Car Reset,” based largely on some good data from Nate Silver (which needs an update) and an Advertising Age article. From the Atlantic post: “Lasting prosperity requires investment in a new and more efficient economic system. We’ll never get there if we continue to spend every […]

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8/21/09 The Bay Bridge is closing Labor Day Weekend.

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Just in case you didn’t know. Here’s a nice little widget about it. I’m mostly posting this just because I like this little flash thing: [Edit 7/19/10: Oh, well, http://baybridgeinfo.org/ took it down.] Take BART (which will be running 24 hours a day) over Labor Day weekend and avoid accidentally driving into the Bay. [Edit […]

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1/7/09 Missive from downtown Oakland

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Well, I’m okay, after all the protests that turned into scattered rioting within a 10-block radius of my apartment. Here are some pictures of what happened tonight; people protested and rioted in response to a BART police officer killing a 22-year-old BART rider in the early morning hours of January 1st, a week ago. My […]

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10/23/08 The Things He Carried

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Jeffrey Goldberg writes about the “hopelessness” of airport security in The Atlantic: During one secondary inspection, at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, I was wearing under my shirt a spectacular, only-in-America device called a “Beerbelly,” a neoprene sling that holds a polyurethane bladder and drinking tube. The Beerbelly, designed originally to sneak alcohol—up to 80 […]

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9/17/08 Cars won’t always rule the world and its cities

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From “Cars won’t always rule the world and its cities” by architect Arrol Gellner in the SF Chronicle: “history has a way of casually demolishing institutions that seem impregnable”

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7/6/08 Driving alone at 2 am at the Mall of America — on Christmas

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So I’m finally posting this raw footage, roughly cut together, from the very end of my trip to Minneapolis at Christmas 2006. Enjoy? I was very tired.

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5/27/08 Contrasts

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This kind of thing (previously) seems to tend to happen right around the time I’m about to take a long trip on Amtrak. Or maybe that’s when I most notice it. I did ride 13 hours on Amtrak last Thursday, and it was pretty uneventful and relaxing. It was also supposed to be an 11-hour […]

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