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Berlin. The Floating University investigates alternative ways of experiencing the city - Domus
Interview with Raumlabor (German for “spatial laboratory”), which has recently set up a school in a basin to collect rainwater.
news  cities 
2 hours ago by TransformSeries
Biophilia's Place in an Integrated Approach to Urban Planning – The Nature of Cities
The term “biophilia” describes our positive and innate response to the key features of the natural world that are thought to have been associated with our survival in the early stages of our evolution as a species. Foremost amongst these features are biodiversity itself; clean and, ideally, flowing water; semi-wooded landscapes; and places in which we can obtain both vantage over our surroundings and refuge against attack.
cities  news 
2 hours ago by TransformSeries
Twitter
When asked to provide my vision for at conferences they are expecting me to say tech. But I simp…
SmartCity  cities  from twitter_favs
yesterday by ianchanning
What would an age-friendly city look like? | Cities | The Guardian
“The first year was a bit like the first year of a marriage – but with 25 people rather than just one.” That is how Jude Tisdall describes joining a co-housing development purpose-built for women over 50.
cities  retirement  society 
2 days ago by jeffhammond
One way to make jubilee a reality in Cincinnati
Peter Block asked a group of us at the Conspire conference how we could make the Biblical concept of Jubilee real, maybe starting in one of Cincinnati’s 50 plus neighborhoods. An idea came to me; we could focus on toxic debt in say, the West End neighborhood, and figure out what the cost of, say, crippling credit card debt in that poor neighborhood is to people living in one of the city’s affluent neighborhoods.
finance  cincinnati  cities 
2 days ago by TransformSeries
A Future Where Everything Becomes a Computer Is as Creepy as You Feared - The New York Times
Amazon and other tech giants have made devices connected to the internet increasingly prevalent. Now is the time to be freaking out about the dangers.
dystopia  Future  hardware  network  cities 
2 days ago by basemaly
A Map of Every Building in America
Explore your community with this one-of-a-kind interactive map.
maps  cities 
3 days ago by jellis
Unequal Scenes
Unequal Scenes portrays scenes of inequality around the world from a drone.
photography  cities  inequality  images  art 
3 days ago by e2b
Great Recession aftermath: 28 US cities that never recovered - USA TODAY
From the end of 2007 through mid-2009, the United States went through one of the worst recessions in its history. During the recession and in the months that followed, the U.S. labor market shed millions of jobs, and the unemployment rate peaked at 10 percent.
this-week-438  Around-the-web  Matt  cities  recession  economic-development  jobs 
3 days ago by areadevelopment
What I learned from a Taipei alley — Remains of the Day
A great essay on how trash collection work in Taipei, and how that affects people's view of garbage and how they use their alleyways.
cities  garbage  incentives 
4 days ago by rosszurowski
Questions · Patrick Collison
A great set of big questions to think about. Lots of idea to build off of based on how the questions are asked.
questions  entrepreneurship  academia  publishing  transit  gdp  cities 
4 days ago by rosszurowski
Economic Brief, October 2018, No. 18-10 - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Inequality in the United States has an important spatial component. More-skilled workers tend to live in larger cities where they earn higher wages. Less-skilled workers make lower wages and do not experience similar gains even when they live in those cities. This dynamic implies that larger cities are also more unequal. These relationships appear to have become more pronounced as inequality has increased. The evidence points to externalities among high-skilled workers as a significant contributor to those patterns.
cities  income  incomeinequality  size  population  USA  research  FederalReserveBankofRichmond  2018 
4 days ago by inspiral

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