After several years (seven since my first proposal, three since becoming an owner), my time at BlinkTag is finally drawing to a close.
This is a cross-post from Karen Hester’s Loakal blog. It explores the wonderful but unlikely fantasy of a publicly-owned Oakland Athletics.
I’ve averaged 500 words a day since class started last week. Here are some of the other bits I’m proud of.
The nine things I’m doing right now at Berkeley and elsewhere.
The second most frustrating thing at the Transportation Camp West unconference was the “Making Transit Sexy” discussion. My exasperation returned when I stumbled upon this article. “Transit-oriented everything,” said one attendee. “Fix crappy cabs,” said another. ”Public transit — sexy!” ”Fix Clipper now!” ”Multimodal transit haiku.” “What about a ‘Report a Problem’ app?” an audience member suggested. Frequent […]
In case there was any doubt that Oakland and I were made for each other, there are three city streets that form my entire name. The first entry in this series: