Bike Boxes in Bellingham
How Low-Income Commuters View Cycling – CityLab
This is where our society needs to seriously loose the brainwashing: Even increasingly popular car-sharing was not satisfying for respondents; when asked if they would “rather share a car through a program like Zipcar or Car2Go than own my own vehicle,” 35 percent strongly disagreed. Also, 32 percent strongly disagreed with “I want a lifestyle…
Why Bikes Make Smart People Say Dumb Things — Medium
This so telling about our society: We’ve been conditioned since infancy to ignore most of these fatalities, along with the behaviors that cause them. If you’re a typical American, your first experience of speeding was while strapped into a car seat, and you rode past half a dozen fatal accident scenes before speaking your first…
LinuxFest Northwest 2011: Traffic Control in Apache
Here are my slides for traffic control in Apache. I decided that last years presentation about Apache rewrites actually sat in a much bigger context of information architecture, performance and caching. So I’ve generalized the discussion and reduced the number of mouse-print code examples. Slides:2011-apache
Thew away my helmet!
I took a spill on Friday on Maplewood. The concrete road has a rough lip where the asphalt shoulder meets it…and I didn’t stay clear of it. After I picked myself up and got out of the way of a bus and three cars waiting for me, I straightened my handlebars and was able to…
Vegetarians and Traditional Foods (nourishedkitchen.com)
This isn’t just about meat. Traditional foods are about nutrient density. What Vegetarians Can Learn from Traditional Foods.
Pop Quiz, “1,600 hours to get 7,500 miles,” How fast is that?
That’s about 5mph. Your car, my car, our time and money. This No Tech Magazine post has some wonderful excerpts from a book, “Energy and Equity” written in 1978. With his much lower salary, the Chinese acquires his durable bicycle in a fraction of the working hours an American devotes to the purchase of his…