She's turning the presentation into a series on how to get strangers to talk to you in different situations.
A cautious, ecologically minded and technologically savvy planner? Say it ain't so.
“[T]he scary thing about [Jack] Gunter's painting is that all of us have seen that development somewhere in the Northwest, be it Snoquamlie Ridge or North Vancouver.”
PDX comes out ahead in both results and attitude, she says.
Shot in 1965 for the CBC. Who's up for recreating this in present-day Vancouver?
Gene Becker on how designers will have to do to meet our high expectations.
He crocheted a container with an "oddly-familiar symbol" to diffuse the smell of citrus at bus stops and the Canada Line.
The train leaving Vancouver towards Portland leaves at 6:40 AM and arrives at 2:45 PM.
“The revolution, in a way, has consumed the revolutionary. He cannot escape.”
Storytelling is one of the oldest ways to communicate, so scenarios can help us understand the future, he says.
Better arts scene, cheaper liquor licenses, later hours conspire to make PDX more fun than YVR, says Christine McLaren.
A 365 days project on Flickr showing a figuring of the Portland Trailblazers star in various settings I love examples like this of people using a prop to experience and document their environment.
The idling car's reign of terror is over.
Feeds in the blogs from attendees of the open source documentation writers conference held in Owen Sound, Ontario.
Integrates with Google Maps and defaults to your current location. I reported the theft of my bike last month to the site (I filed a police report the night of).
Graham logs everything, and went back to the archives to prove the CIA wrong.
Sophia Dembling has a different style of traveling, and she's tired of hiding it.
For a bunch of good reasons, Stephanie argues.
Ideas for the airport, transportation to the North Shore, and proposes a University of Vancouver as a fully-qualified post-secondary institution located downtown.
Every search or arrest should be observed and, if safe and possible, recorded by citizens. They work for us.
The music “is most recognized by rumbling, guttural, often off-beat, low-end, bass frequencies. Tracks juxtapose half-time echoing dub drum patterns with the dark, haunting melodies of sweeping synths.” No mention of aerosol flamethrowers, however.
Sounds like something designers with rich clients can do more feasibly than small company employees. Still, we need not reserve "retirement" for the retired.
“The two emotions, loneliness and boredom, are closely allied.”