Monthly Archives: October 2013

CitiesAlive!

I missed this last week’s class while attending the CitiesAlive! Conference in San Francisco from Tuesday to Saturday. This conference was centered on green roofs and walls. I ended up going to a variety of very helpful and information seminars … Continue reading

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Idealized Situations

Somewhere Else, 2027 So you were just shot for being who you are. You wake up in the hospital bed, not understanding what is going on. The nice doctors and nurses all tell you that you will be fine after … Continue reading

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Typecast: You Are Not the Ideal

Somewhere, 2027. Hey, so you are an augmented person. You have a vehicle accident and now you have a prosthetic arm. You are still you, but others don’t seem to think so. You walk down the street moving quickly with your … Continue reading

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Wait for it: Attitude-ocracy?

In America, are we sending the wrong message to young people? For the longest time a sense of working hard and being competent yields success. But is that it? I have heard of plenty of hard-working people struggling to make … Continue reading

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