Monthly Archives: February 2011

Ipod city, 21st Century China!!!

The ballet of iPod City Two news items aroused my disurbanist instincts last week, and in my paranoid modus operandi where everything is connected, thought that they represented two aspects of an identical process: the continued fragmentation and mutation of … Continue reading

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Last year, Fast Company reviewed addition to highline…

Click below to see, be sure to watch the video… Highline, but we already saw it this way!!!

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BIG in New York

I thought this was relevant to a lot of issues we’re dealing with…(click the image to link to the article):

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Pedestrians crossing in NY

The advent of computer-controlled traffic signals make the walk buttons at pedestrian crossings on heavily trafficked streets obsolete. By the late 1980s, most (but not all) walk buttons in New York City have been deactivated yet people push them anyhow, either … Continue reading

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Because Barbra Streisand says so, let’s make it in NYC.

After New York, New York by Sinatra, Empire State of Mind by Jay-Z and Alicia Keys, here’s another song about New York City, the place to be.

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Check this out Infographics – Cool Stuff!

http://www.good.is/departments/transparency/ It’s a “graphical exploration of the data that surrounds us”. Kind of what we want to do. Great maps + more

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mta.me

from gawker.com: “Brooklyn Googler Alexander Chen  built this cool, melodic web page that represents New York subway lines as ever-growing strings that are “plucked” by intersecting trains. Best of all, it’s built off a live feed of actual train data. Chen created MTA.me by … Continue reading

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