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7 days ago
On tour of UW station, Inslee backs $15 billion tax plan for more light rail | The Seattle Times
RT : “I’m not going to throw 1 million school kids under the bus, for the trains” - ”
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7 days ago
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We had a great turnout for our talk yesterday! I'm hoping no one noticed how nervous I was @…
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8 days ago
Cultural Resource Information System (CRIS)
We encourage you to explore this new online resource which provides individuals and communities with information and tools to support the preservation and revitalization of New York's rich heritage and culture.
newyork  history  database 
6 weeks ago
Green Infrastructure and the Sustainable Communities Initiative
I'm amazed at how far one photo can go - my Dean St bioswale pic showed up in HUD's new report
pdf  hud  gi  #apa15 
6 weeks ago
Phalanstère - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A phalanstère (or Phalanstery) was a type of building designed for a utopian community and developed in the early 19th century by Charles Fourier. Fourier named these self-contained communities, ideally consisting of 500-2000 people working together for mutual benefit, after the phalanx, the basic military unit in Ancient Greece. Though Fourier published several journals in Paris, among them La Phalanstère, he created no phalanstères in Europe due to a lack of financial support. Several so-called colonies were founded in the United States of America by Albert Brisbane and Horace Greeley.

Fourier believed that the traditional house was a place of exile and oppression of women. He believed gender roles could progress by shaping them within community, more than by pursuits of sexual freedom or other Simonian concepts.[1]
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7 weeks ago
GLDD | Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company (GLDD) provides dredging and marine engineering services that have helped shape the living environment and transportation resources of communities across the world, including America’s largest cities and busiest ports. GLDD has played a pivotal role in the creation of shorelines and waterways, the deepening of ports and harbors, and the restoration of aquatic habitats.

Today, the company has established itself as a leader and innovator in the U.S. maritime industry and is credited with engineering many patented technologies.
dredge 
7 weeks ago
Sandwiches
RT : Is this the best page on an NYS website? Yes. Yes it is. (h/t )
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7 weeks ago
SLAMM-View
SLAMM-View is a web browser-based application that provides tools for improved understanding of results from research projects that employ the Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model (SLAMM). Version 2.0 of SLAMM-View was designed for a user-friendly, workflow-based approach to assess impacts of sea-level rise (SLR) on coastal areas with both visualization and analysis functionality. SLAMM-View provides simultaneous comparison between both current and future conditions out to the year 2100, and among different SLR scenarios (e.g., 0.4 meter vs. 1 meter), using interactive maps and tabular reporting capabilities. To date, SLAMM-View provides access to SLAMM simulation results for the entire coastlines of 5 states, and partial coverage of an additional 15 states and 2 U.S territories. SLAMM-View can be used in either Quick Mode or Interactive Mode.
maps  climate  climatechange  climate_change 
7 weeks ago
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Infrastructure (HBO) - YouTube
RT : Here's our piece on infrastructure from last night. Please enjoy/ be terrified...
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7 weeks ago
Log In - The New York Times
The "AI as vengeful offspring" meme is toxic anthropocentrism.
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9 weeks ago
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