Ideas for how to revitalize neglected space below an elevated #NYC highway: https://t.co/LjojVWgVMT https://t.co/KU1QxOvfB5
I was driving the 600 miles from San Francisco to Portland on I-5 a few months ago, and midway along I realized I was getting tired and it was snowing in the Siskiyou Mountains pass ahead.
Nice! Discover grace. RT @tmccormick: 13 ways to look for #serendipity and place, anywhere you go: a toolkit https://t.co/0cR0dgWk7O
The psychology of home grown terrorists is at the heart of Stanford researcher and social psychologist Sarah Lyons-Padilla’s work. What makes someone turn against their own country and people? How does discrimination play into the radicalization of …
“Cultural homelessness” breeds extremists-- Check out SPARQ Research Scientist @SLyonsPadilla at #TEDxStanford https://t.co/2TKUuSDX6t
Two particular questions have been haunting newsrooms’ strategy conversations, causing severe moral dilemmas and destabilizing the industry. They are: Should we give the audience what they want?
Give the audience what they want or what they need? There's a better question newsrooms can ask instead. https://t.co/eKMJUrTTVd
A gas station occupied the northeast corner of 10th and Harrison from 1949 through the 1960s. In 1969, the 10th Street Car Wash took over the Western SoMa site.
Plans for 67 studios to rise on Western #SOMA car wash site closer to reality https://t.co/zUJnfeosMd https://t.co/0wpI0h8lxx
How @sfgov Plans to Use Self-Driving Cars to Rethink 20% of Land Dedicated to Parking #DOTSmartCity @USDOT https://t.co/sZoR5kRrof
Throughout every city, dozens, sometimes hundreds, or even thousands of parcels of land of all sizes sit unused and unloved. Some are owned by the city, some by state or local agencies; others are private.
"Reprogramming Blank Spaces in the City” by @ccjao https://t.co/SDdYbI1YCW https://t.co/fEdmGBF3kx
Recent research suggests that more and more citizens select news and information that is congruent with their existing political preferences. This increase in political selective exposure (PSE) has allegedly led to an increase in polarization.
New article in @PLOSONE with @SKruikemeier and @claesdevreese on Political Selective Exposure outside of the US https://t.co/Ab7S8ODyUB
I have lamented the loss of Seattle’s bungalows as affordable housing for Seattle’s middle class. But small still has potential. Detached Accessory Dwelling Units—aka Backyard Cottages—perform much the same function. Think of them as the bungalow’s …
.@Seattlemag .@SeattleCouncil Time to embrace the DADU, Seattle.
The Privately Owned Public Open Spaces (POPOs) were perfect locations for my project. Many of the spaces have art, gardens and/or terrific views that make for interesting compositions, and they are pleasant places to spend a few hours.
San Francisco through the eyes of 21st-century flaneur. https://t.co/FrCKBWStJ6 https://t.co/FGzswkVZ8y
It takes us all collaborating to end the suffering of those experiencing homelessness. @laurensmiley @JeffKositsky https://t.co/ySP50fE6R8
Details Get 4 Chapters Ecosystem Education Workforce/Development Urban Manufacturing Get Notified! First 4 Chapters Available Soon The first 4 chapters of the Playbook will be available to preview in a matter of days.
How to turn your city into a Maker City. Go to: https://t.co/AJdV9KrKLI to download free sample chapter #makercity @makercitybook
How 4 US cities are applying architectural solutions to homelessness https://t.co/kDBDOWHQZO https://t.co/QJlbipB2Oc
Sixteen years after Robin Hanson published a seminal paper on using prediction markets to inform governance decisions, his ideas have found a home in the Ethereum community.
This article seems a bit confused, but the possibility they'll use decision markets for DAO governance is exciting! https://t.co/iCc8e27Tcg
Now that the US Department of Transportation Smart City Challenge announced its list of seven finalists, each city still in the running has a chance to submit a full, proper pitch for how it would turn a $50 million grant into a city that reflects t…
SF smart city challenge-repurpose parking & streets for affordable housing. https://t.co/XdVILZgAxA https://t.co/las0O4jCab
Luxurious spacious 4 rooms. Many walk-in closets. All Utilities included. $155 a month in the Marina. Deluxe 3. Garbage disposal, wall-to-wall carpet. Garage included. $125 and up in Pacific Heights.
With no hope in sight on the demand side what we need is a Model T of fast deployment in housing supply @_kasita https://t.co/YpAyJWQL3M
Imzy is trying to be everything you want out of Internet community, minus the awfulness.
Imzy is a community platform where people pay each other for being nice https://t.co/HZPnJDfv8a by @annaleen