Monthly Archives: June 2013

Jolts That Last Too Long

A Wrongest Product Award nominee. This one’s almost too obvious. Continue reading

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Density Part 2: Height vs Delight

Does urban density and vitality mean high-rises? Continue reading

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A Grammar Mnemonic to Save the World

Taking some editorial license, I’d like to propose a modification of the grammar mnemonic for the purposes of environmentalism and economics: “i before e *especially* after c.” Continue reading

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Density: It’s Not the Sky that’s the Limit

Neither density nor height is the best environmental goal for human dwelling. What is? Continue reading

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