While I certainly get the interest here in safe biking, I can’t help but wonder about the misplaced concern. Is it really the city’s responsibility or could it be the cyclist’s responsibility to look both ways before crossing the street? Inquiring minds want to know…
BRECKENRIDGE Councilmember Eric Mamula expressed concern that it's only a matter of time before a cyclist dies crossing the busy intersection near City Market.
Is the BBC ahead of this story in reporting what appears to be a logical extension of gaming and urban design? It would appear that this type of modeling makes sense. Is this scalable down to the neighbourhood level? I see many developers here in theDenverarea taking various sized parcels of land and rolling out “cookie cutter” housing on any available open space. While some are better than others in actually having a plan for the development it appears that there are entirely to many builders/developers that are simply interesting in only building houses, without any forethought.
Gaming technology helps urban planners design cities of the future
Mark Cuban: So I told the reporter to "Ask me a real fucking question"
I like to curse. I like to curse because I enjoy how it gets everyone in an uproar. I wont curse in an environment where I have accepted an invitation or am a guest of someone else. I will play by their rules.
But if you come on my home turf and want something from me. Its my rules.
This looks interesting in the scale of the operation. I wonder if anyone here in the states is bold enough to take on the parking challenge like this?Parking at the Airport, the local Mall or the office high rise in downtown would be great opportunities for this type of system.
A bit lower tech than the VW automated parking garage, this Japanese parking garage stores and retrieves your car like a jukebox, spinning around until yours comes up. Park your car on the...
A very important event in the life of our family is taking place over the next couple of weeks. The oldest son of the lovely and talented lady of the house is getting married. Now this is a big event in and of itself. And this is no exception in that the wedding is taking place in India. So last Saturday, they began the extended journey to India and some 20+ hours later arrived, tired,( ok, she said exhausted) a bit less gamey than expected, and in a world and culture that she’s fascinated by. I spoke with her by phone this morning and already she’s planning our return trip, with me in tow. Apparently the mother of the groom in a wedding in India is a big deal which is why she went now. Accordingly, we couldn’t afford not having any income for nearly a month, so we’ll plan for a trip in a year or so. The phone conversation was great learning all about their travel.Singapore Airlines gets rave reviews from our travelers. The oldest son on his last trip to India took Lufthansa, and remarked that this trip was far more pleasant. Apparently Singapore Airlines gets customer service. So now I’m awaiting pictures and video of the adventure so far.