Downtown Denver is in a building/progress mode these days. I'm sure that we'll see even more building/renovation leading up to the Democratic National Convention in August of 2008. We're gaining a building and loosing parking spaces. Denver, like any other large metropolitan area, has a lack of public parking in it's central business district. I'd hope that part of this progress will be that the new buildings will be required to include public parking in their design.
I've got an iPod to listen to Podcasts. And in the full disclosure mode, I don't have my own, personal, cell phone. I know it's strange, and I'm the exception rather than the rule. The cell phone I do have is work related and is a crippled Nextel i265, that is at this point little more than a direct connect walkie-talkie. (I gave up walkie-talkies back in grade school, but I digress.)