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Walking And Biking In Cities Rocks, But Hold The Rage (The Weekly Chatter)

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Weekly Chatter

A Saturday edition.

  • What’s Up With AASHTO & Single Occupant Vehicles? “They’re the geniuses who mandate sweeping, high-speed long radius turns and merge lanes that are deadly to pedestrians and cyclists.

Twitterville

  • RT (@ccoletta) The lesson of Egypt: Social media don’t supplant the public square. They push people to it. – Blair Kamin
  • RT (@Gsquare86 جييييج) Never give up on your principles even if the whole world is against you, that’s what the revolution taught me #Egypt
  • RT (@capntransit) “Many citizens with legitimate concerns or constructive suggestions may not enjoy either crowds or microphones.”
  • RT (@Richard_Florida) The crisis we face is more political than economic.

To Wrap

Nothing here this week. Editor and the graphics team all took an early weekend.

Go, have a weekend.


  1. Max
    September 28, 2011 at 10:00 am

    I once met a sidewalk rager here in TC. She raged at me for walking on the “wrong” side of the sidewalk.

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