Why hackers make good citizens.
Strangely close to our hearts. Be interested to watch this when it comes out.
Good article. The article also notes ways not to have to peak. The answer is to be continually learning and updating your knowledge and skills to be able to produce at any age. It is all about insights, time and energy levels. via Paul A. Gusmorino III
Every US city, county, or jurisdiction has small leftover bits of property and right-of-way, that may not be part of an actively maintained public space system. In the jurisdiction where I work, these spaces have names like ‘outlots’ or ‘paper streets’. Berkeley-based urbanist professor Nicholas de Monchaux explores this phenomenon with his project Local Code: Real Estates to identify and re-imagine thousands of publicly owned abandoned sites in major US cities.
Civic lead design processes made more efficient.
"Functionality defines environmental impact."
Sustainability is about going back to the first principles of good design.
In the US political system, politicians generally are followers rather than leaders, … Real social change requires civil society leadership. That’s the public saying to the government “c’mon! We don’t want to reck the planet!”.
When you allow other people to write your history or literature, you give them permission to be in charge of not only how you function but even how you dream.