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wondering where all the posts have gone?

February 14, 2013

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The Conformity is Not Maturity blog has not closed its electronic doors, but it will be dormant for a while. Please join me at Urbanism Speakeasy. I’m also expecting to contribute regular blog posts on Urban Times.

I’m a libertarian urbanist, and I care about…

October 28, 2012

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Election season is upon us so it’s time to transcribe some stereotypical partisan voices in my head. I’m a Libertarian urbanist and I care about job creation, that national debt, the role of government, and energy and the environment. JOB CREATION My friends and I started an online marketing business and then published a book […]

I’m a republican urbanist, and I care about…

October 27, 2012

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Election season is upon us so it’s time to transcribe some stereotypical partisan voices in my head. I’m a Republican urbanist and I care about job creation, that national debt, the role of government, and energy and the environment. JOB CREATION Government shouldn’t grow to create more jobs. I want to see more Americans working […]

I’m a democrat urbanist, and I care about…

October 26, 2012

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Election season is upon us so it’s time to transcribe some stereotypical partisan voices in my head. I’m a Democrat urbanist and I care about job creation, that national debt, the role of government, and energy and the environment. JOB CREATION I don’t mind if jobs are created by the expansion of government agencies. I want to see […]

discussing contested streets, #JaneJacobs and more with planning students @VCU

October 2, 2012

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A friend teaches “Introduction to the City and Urban Development” at VCU. The bad news is that he’ll be out of town for the next class that focuses on city transportation. The good news is that I get to substitute for him. We’re going to watch and discuss Contested Streets, an excellent documentary freely available online. […]

redefine your street capacity

February 11, 2012

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“Street capacity” is usually defined as the amount of moving vehicles that can be pumped through in a given period of time. Here’s another definition for street capacity: the performance of a street; a measurement of a street’s ability to maximize economic development and livability consistent with its context. In other words, what is a […]

Pecha Kucha Night – RVA#1

October 27, 2011

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Opening presentation from Richmond, VA’s first official Pecha Kucha Night.  Thanks to James Mercante for making it possible.