If we all agreed to spend less time doing email, we’d all get less email!– Save Our Inboxes! Adopt the Email Charter! Nice
Whether you’re the underground disc jockey dropping new beats, or the open data...– The Commons Coming Together Through Volunteers — Get Involved! | Civic Commons Totally awesome.
Simply put: We believe that people have the right to know where things come from...– Sourcemap - Open Supply Chains & Carbon Footprint
This out of office autoreply is brought to you by B-Reel,” the message begins....– Vacationers’ ‘Out of office’ autoreplies earn ad-sponsored revenue | Springwise Clever.
They were not tested on a focus group though who could have noticed how annoying...– The Way We Ride: Noisily :: Second Ave. Sagas Funny
A motley group of 16 “open data geeks,” several of humble beginnings, accepted...– Great to see open transit pioneers Brian Ferris and David Emory getting deserved recognition at the White House Champions of Change awards. (via opentransportation)
link: Tech Pioneer Harper Reed Becomes Obama... →
sinker: “My friend Harper works for the President.” That will be a statement that will never, ever get old. So proud. Hear hear!
Click on the web, download to phone
I’d like to be able to click an app I find on a website (browsing on my laptop or desktop) and have that app immediately start downloading on my phone. Maybe I’m just being lazy, but there are times when I read about an app online (on my computer), but don’t the time to search my phone’s app store and download it.
Climate Adaptation: Why Cities Keep Growing,... →
Now listening to Geoffrey West. It’s heady. City planners need to get to know Geoffrey West’s work. He makes the case (through proofs) that cities function like biological organisms. Just as an organism scales up, it becomes more efficient and long lived. Same for cities. His data points are… climateadaptation: