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Jason Thorne Dec 28
What does a bored do while waiting for his kids at the ? Compares how malls borrow cues from historic ... like narrow storefronts (5m main st. vs. 6m mall)
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Talk Wellington May 9
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Tom Millar May 11
Always watch the HD 9 minute version.
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Mitchell Reardon Jan 16
Main Street, Idaho Springs. It took committed town boosters years to preserve the heritage here. It was worth it.
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Cairo Cycle Chic Apr 2
Active mobility induces the human centered, livable public life in our cities
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SJOOT.ME Feb 25
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Jonas Apr 19
It’s awesome to see these simple planter benches by at the 46th Street el station being used exactly as intended. This is what inclusive, as opposed to defensive, design looks like.
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David Gibson Dec 4
entails exploring the intersection of people & their physical surroundings, social & health connections before changing the cityscape with dramatically over-scaled buildings that ignore the human context of the city - to keep the traditional place-making alive & well
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Key Nov 28
Check out the marketing guys trying out all the HumanScale products! Thank you for a great day
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SJOOT.ME Mar 15
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SEBDA Nov 8
Reinforcing that CYP are so much more than data outcomes; responding to them holistically can build relationships & improve outcomes!
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Daniel Latorre May 24
Magnificent bans a *specific use of technology* from its entire city center. Remember this when technocrats say a given tech is inevitable & can't be regulated. THE FUTURE IS WHAT WE MAKE IT.
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Borja M. Iglesias May 23
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J Walker Smith May 22
Self-reflective essay by writer who explored what intimacy means w/ robots. Random thought: Why not just install home smart speakers directly into humanoid robots? This is all part of bigger trend of as next iteration of digital engagement
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J Walker Smith May 22
is new "it brand" in footwear. Saw one of co-founders at . Great story, product. Random thought: Good ex of how values coexist with digital age marketing & selling—this balance is next frontier
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ergowarrior May 21
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Radius Office May 21
Let's start the week with some educational info: a recent research by indicates that height-adjustable desks can help lower blood pressure. Find out more here:
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Nidhi Gulati May 18
One of the urban challenges of Brasilia was that the government couldn’t give all people helicopters to enjoy their city! That’s the - Jan Gehl
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Mark Abraham May 18
Wider sidewalks = plenty of room to walk, sit, plant flowers & park bikes.
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Dot Hepburn May 18
Well that's probably my cheapest annual binge excited to add these to my reading list - BUT are there others I should have?
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