An idea must come from somewhere, because if it merely stays where it is and...– Seth’s Blog: Where do ideas come from?
Generally standardization follows, and does not proceed, the first wave of...– Nice summary of “push” vs “pull” driven standards by Brandon Martin-Anderson, on the Transit Developers List, re: the Transit Appliance.
That’s ultimately the most perplexing thing about OpenTable: unlike so many...– Is OpenTable Worth it? | Incanto Interesting post on the dynamics of restaurants using OpenTable. Sounds like an example of a business not embracing Bill Warner’s “co-flow” model. /via @jdocwill
This song is really nice. OK by The Invisible. ...
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Nice. Clay Johnson’s new project is off the ground.
Embracing a rental mindset allows you access to all the same stuff, with (most...– ideasonideas - Eric Karjaluoto discusses design, brands and experience » Blog Archive » Your Bank Balance is at Zero This is an idea I am hearing more and more of recently. Renting is the new owning.
when I went further into my research and found the impact on the community where...– ‘Living Large’: By Going Big, Have Americans Gone Bad? - TIME Why Americans love BIG
We are very proud of this progress. But it’s clear now that a failure of...– How to Overhaul the U.S. Education System - WSJ.com This is somewhat reminiscent of what we’ve heard from NYC DOT, regarding the dramatic street changes that have been implemented over the past few years. In both cases, it appears the changes are definitely for the better. So, can these...
Our schools have been run for the benefit of the adults in the system, not for...– How to Overhaul the U.S. Education System - WSJ.com /via @fredwilson
Streetfilms | Revisiting Donald Appleyard’s Livable Streets Hot of the presses from Streetfilms - a review of the famous “Livable Streets” study by Donald Appleyard that drew connections between levels of traffic and social connections among neighbors.
Converse Store Grand Opening In Boston » Converse Saw this campaign up at the Park Street T stop last week. Really engaging - I spent the full 10 minutes just looking at all the photos. Converse seems to be on a roll, and clearly hired some great PR/marketing folks. I mean, I just watched one ad on youtube voluntarily, and now I am blogging another…