Understanding mistakes of the past can help guide U.S. transportation policy in the future.
Between the 1920s and 1960s, policies adapting cities to car travel in the United States served as a role model for much of Western Europe. But by the late 1960s, many European cities started refocusing their policies to curb car use by promoting walking, cycling, and public transportation. For the last two decades, in the face of car-dependence, suburban sprawl, and an increasingly unsustainable transportation system, U.S. planners have been looking to Western Europe.
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The amount of information available online has gotten out of hand. Everything about our lives, from where where we went to high school and what we ate for breakfast this morning, can be found on the internet. If you think that’s bad, think about children growing up today – their entire lives, from infancy through middle school, are being documented by their parents on Facebook!
Privacy just doesn’t exist online anymore; it can take drastic measures to delete ourselves from the internet, but here’s a step-by-step guide for those who want to do so…
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This great infographic takes you through the initial engagement stages for new website design work, through research, landing page design, coding, validation onto final launch and search engine optimi
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“Where people post geotagged photos to Flickr from and geotagged tweets to Twitter from.” via Eric Fischer
Red dots are locations of Flickr pictures. Blue dots are locations of Twitter tweets. White dots are locations that have been posted to both.
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Nonetheless we are just at the beginning of a new era, in which content curation will be as important as search, there is already an apparent abundance of content curation tools of all kinds. To the superficial eye, many such
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One billion users? That’s cool. You know what’s cooler? Five billion.
So, Facebook has more users than the country of India has residents. As a company, it’s looking likely to soon be the youngest business in history to be worth $150 billion.
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No one likes to work with a high-maintenance jerk, especially when that jerk is the boss. Before you think, Who, me?, keep reading.I’ve had my share of “high maintenance” moments.
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