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I Abolished Tipping at My Restaurant, and Our Service Got Better
"But the example illustrates, I think, the kind of person who will fight to save tipping culture: a person who lives in a world of offenses and punishment, someone invested in the idea of authority and the feeling of power. Incidentally, this kind of person is often a middle-aged white guy."
tipping  minimum.wage  food  restaurants  wages  jobs  from instapaper
september 2013
With the kids gone, aging Baby Boomers opt for city life
“'The millennials and the boomers are looking for the same thing,' said Amy Levner, manager of AARP’s Livable Communities.”
urbanism  cities  baby.boomers  millennials  urban.living  from instapaper
september 2013
iOS 7: The Pixel Envy Review
A great, in-depth review of iOS 7's design.
ios  ios7  apple  iphone  ipad  tech  from instapaper
september 2013
Primus Reuniting With Drummer Tim Alexander
Les Claypool talks about Primus reuniting with drummer Tim Alexander and a possible Oysterhead reunion in the near future.
music  les.claypool  primus  oysterhead  tim.alexander  from instapaper
september 2013
Satellite Magazine on Over-the-Rhine
"There are certainly a vocal few who tend to get quoted often in the paper, but I’d say you’d be hard-pressed to find long-term residents of the neighborhood who are law-abiding citizens who are unhappy about the changes. I don’t care how poor you are, you don’t want to live amongst crime and neglect and deterioration."
gentrification  cities  urbanism  urban.development  urban.living  cincinnati  over-the-rhine  from instapaper
september 2013
Turns out cities are safest places to live
"But guns — whether used accidentally or with intent — are much less likely to be the cause of death than another tool: cars. And people drive more, drive longer, drive faster and drive drunker in rural areas than in urban ones, where they can walk or take public transit."
cities  urbanism  driving  automobiles  crime  public.safety  from instapaper
september 2013
US nearly detonated atomic bomb over North Carolina
"The document, obtained by the investigative journalist Eric Schlosser under the Freedom of Information Act, gives the first conclusive evidence that the US was narrowly spared a disaster of monumental proportions when two Mark 39 hydrogen bombs were accidentally dropped over Goldsboro, North Carolina on 23 January 1961."
nuclear.bombs  bombs  weapons  nuclear.weapons  nuclear  from instapaper
september 2013
Over-the-Rhine residents, property owners craft plan for blocks just south of Liberty Street
"It suggests a mix of single-family townhouses, senior housing and multi-family apartment and condominium buildings that includes affordable housing. In all, it would add 165 residential units to the area, which already has 43 residential units that are occupied."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  ohio  historic.preservation  urban.development  from instapaper
september 2013
Public Meetings Set for $200 Million Western Hills Viaduct Replacement
"Because of the amount of repairs needed to maintain the existing viaduct, the team is not considering continuing the use of the existing viaduct. Instead the team is looking to build a new viaduct just south of the Western Hills Viaduct."
western.hills.viaduct  cincinnati  infrastructure  roads  from instapaper
september 2013
How “one weird trick” conquered the Internet
“A word like ‘weird’ is not so negative, and kind of intriguing.”
one.weird.trick  tech  marketing  advertising  from instapaper
september 2013
Scott Aukerman on ‘Comedy Bang Bang’ and the Virtue of Weird Comedy
"I’m just trying to do kinda weird comedy that pushes the boundaries of what you can do in a talk show format in the same way that Steve Allen, David Letterman and Conan before me used to do."
talk.shows  comedy  comedy.bang.bang  ifc  scott.aukerman  reggie.watts  from instapaper
september 2013
A Photographer’s Take On The iPhone 5S Camera
"Unfortunately, cameras from many other phone companies like Samsung and Motorola simply don’t match up to the quality of images coming out of the iPhone. I’ve tried many, many different Android devices over the years which promised better images but none have delivered."
iphone  iphone.5s  apple  photography  from instapaper
september 2013
Introducing the Stellar Fun Pass
I'm happy to give money to support the continued operation of a great service.
stellar  jason.kottke  tech  faves  startups  from instapaper
august 2013
Baby boomers now buying more new cars than their children
"People aged 55-64 had the highest rate of new-vehicle purchases in 2011, according to the study, and they've become the age group most likely to buy a new car. Just four years ago, the population aged 35-44 was most likely to buy a new car [...]"
driving  generation.gap  cities  urbanism  transportation  automobiles  baby.boomers  from instapaper
august 2013
Do suburbs like Arlington Heights need to exist?
The Business Courier analyzes UrbanCincy's proposal to merge several small political jurisdictions in Hamilton County into adjacent cities.
cincinnati  hamilton.county  ohio  politics  government  from instapaper
august 2013
How living downtown is different than what I used to do
One person's account of their life in the city compared to their former suburban lifestyle.
urbanism  urban.living  cincinnati  from instapaper
august 2013
Main Street Gets the Business
John Cranley's vision for redevelopment in Over-the-Rhine was massive chains like Hard Rock Café and ESPN Zone.
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urbanism  urban.planning  urban.development  ohio  from instapaper
august 2013
New owner of Terrace Plaza plans to reopen hotel
The hotel's new owner "was attracted by the 'phenomenal job Cincinnati has done turning the city around.'"
cincinnati  urban.development  urban.planning  cities  ohio  urbanism  hotels  from instapaper
august 2013
It's Time to Consolidate Local Governments in Hamilton County
"In Hamilton County there are 49 different political jurisdictions ranging from a few hundred people to approximately 300,000 in the City of Cincinnati. That is approximately 16,334 people per political jurisdiction. Certainly we are not serving our residents in the most effective and prudent way when there is so much fragmentation."
hamilton.county  cincinnati  ohio  government  annexation  cities  from instapaper
august 2013
A Getaway Apartment, in Your Own Building
"'I have reached a point in my life where I want to write,' he said. 'I have a book in mind, and I wanted a sanctuary that didn’t require me to get dressed and go outside. I wanted to go to the passenger or service elevator and just go to a different floor.'"
nyc  new.york  apartments  urban.living  cities  housing  from instapaper
august 2013
Medium and Being Your Own Platform
"Treat places like Medium the way you’d treat writing for someone else’s magazine, for free. It serves the same purpose: your writing gets to appear in a semi-upscale setting and you might temporarily get more readers than you would elsewhere, but you’re giving up ownership and a lot of control to get that."
medium  publishing  writing  blogging  from instapaper
august 2013
Waiter, I'll Have the Crowd-Pleaser
"T.G.I. Friday's has tweaked or changed about 60% of the items on its menus in the past two years to add more ingredients that look and taste fresh."
tgi.fridays  food  from instapaper
july 2013
What can Ohio’s failed high-speed rail program teach us about America’s standing in the world?
"America used to build big things. Ohio used to build big things. This, it appears, is no longer the case, and it makes one wonder if the United States is even capable of building inspirational and useful structures like the Miami and Erie Canal, Union Terminal, or Interstate Highway System again."
infrastructure  ohio  transportation  hsr  rail  transit  from instapaper
july 2013
When 'he said,' 'she said' is dangerous
"There is no perfect way to cover [Jenny] McCarthy’s hiring, of course, but giving 'balanced' coverage to fringe beliefs is the worst approach to covering misinformation. Indeed, CJR’s Curtis Brainard argued that this sort of reporting has helped keep the vaccine/autism myth alive long after the scientific debate has been settled."
false.equivalence  journalism  media  the.view  jenny.mccarthy  misinformation  pesky.facts  abc  television  from instapaper
july 2013
Countering Misinformation: Tips for Journalists
The Columbia Journalism Review provides some tips for how journalists should respond to misinformation without spreading it further.
journalism  media  false.equivalence  pesky.facts  bias  misinformation  from instapaper
july 2013
The Economics of Netflix's $100 Million New Show
"Like HBO, Netflix is moving away from buying content because it would rather draw addicts, who have just one just-for-Netflix show that prevents them from canceling. (To start that addiction, the first episode of House of Cards is available to non-subscribers.) With the HBO model it only takes one really good show to hook one new subscriber."
netflix  hbo  television  media  streaming  from instapaper
july 2013
OKI leader: Get used to paying for transportation projects with local funds
"'We shouldn’t hold our breath for Senators (Sherrod) Brown and (Rob) Portman to come riding into town with a check for $2.3 billion,' he said, adding that 80 percent of mega-projects across the country are being done using local funds."
cincinnati  infrastructure  bridges  highways  transportation  from instapaper
july 2013
The Park at the Forefront of Cincinnati's Revitalization
"Last week, Cincinnati mayor Mark Mallory and a bevy of festive accomplices re-opened beautiful, 150-year-old Washington Park, in the heart of the city’s revitalizing Over-the-Rhine district. It had been closed for 20 months’ worth of renovations and, judging by the spectacular photos, it has been worth the wait."
cincinnati  washington.park  over-the-rhine  urban.development  urbanism  cities  from instapaper
july 2013
Jeremiah Morrow Bridge Replacement Project
An $88.1 million project to replace a bridge carrying Interstate 71 in Warren County, Ohio.
infrastructure  highways  transportation  bridges  ohio  warren.county  from instapaper
july 2013
The Fall of Letterman
"Letterman was ironic, back before it was cool, before ironic meant sipping PBRs, growing a mustache and moving to Brooklyn. He took the talk show format and transformed it. Before Letterman it was the medium of Merv Griffin, Mike Douglas and Ed Sullivan. Old television tropes ruled. [...] After Letterman it was the medium of Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Kimmel and Jon Stewart. Sarcasm and ridiculousness became the new standard."
letterman  media  cbs  late.show  talk.shows  david.letterman  from instapaper
july 2013
TxDOT Tells Lawmakers Funding Crisis Around the Corner
More evidence that highways don't pay for themselves: Texas is looking to issue new debt, divert funding from the Department of Public Safety, use money from a rainy day fund, and approve more toll roads in order to fund new roads.
texas  transportation  roads  highways  driving  automobiles  gas.tax  from instapaper
july 2013
Millennial Cohort Will Have Oversized Impact on Retail, Real Estate
Some excerpts explaining how Millennials' views on politics, media, technology, retail, real estate, and transportation differ from previous generations.
millennials  baby.boomers  generation.gap  politics  media  retail  real.estate  transportation  urbanism  cities  tech  from instapaper
july 2013
That Echo You Hear? It’s Baby Boomers’ Kids Rattling Retail and Real Estate Markets
Perhaps the best article I've read explaining how the U.S. will change as Millennials gain and Baby Boomers lose influence.
baby.boomers  generation.gap  millennials  retail  urbanism  real.estate  shopping  cities  economy  from instapaper
july 2013
The LaGuardia Curfew: Why Your Late Flight Ended Up At JFK
"The flights, which most likely none of which had passengers, are comically short. A Delta MD-88 took off from JFKs runway 31L, made a left turn, followed by a quick right turn to enter the LGA runway 22 approach. The total flight time was 15 minutes, from 8:10am to 8:25am."
nyc  new.york  aviation  airports  air.travel  transportation  from instapaper
july 2013
Why Is Netflix Secretly Cropping Movies?
Netflix is showing cropped or pan-and-scanned movies without displaying the traditional warning, “This film has been modified from its original version. It has been formatted to fit this screen.”
netflix  movies  film  media  streaming  from instapaper
july 2013
Why Has New York Become a Paradise for Tech Startups?
"One of the reasons that New York has succeeded, Hargreaves told Mashable, is that its density and public transport systems make it easy for entrepreneurs to get from meeting to meeting."
nyc  new.york  transit  transportation  tech  cities  urbanism  startups  from instapaper
july 2013
Addressing ‘missing middle’ housing in the Queen City
"But Cincinnati has a tremendous opportunity. In these urban neighborhoods they already have what other cities want and are trying to build: A variety of urban housing types, including some of the best collection of Missing Middle Housing in the country; a network of neighborhood main streets ready to be revitalized; a rich, diverse, and well-built collection of historic architecture; and, easily accessible open space networks created by the topography weaving throughout these neighborhoods."
cincinnati  housing  urban.development  urbanism  cities  from instapaper
july 2013
CNU Salons article highlights misconceptions about Cincinnati’s urban core
I wrote this piece for UrbanCincy in August 2012, responding to many of the often-repeated negative stereotypes about Cincinnati's urban core.
cnu  urbanism  cities  cincinnati  over-the-rhine  stereotypes  streetcars  from instapaper
july 2013
Cincinnati Streetcar Construction Contract Signed
"Substantial Completion of OTR Loop" is expected to be completed by June 29, 2015, and passenger service will begin on September 15, 2016.
cincinnati  rail  transit  transportation  over-the-rhine  cincystreetcar  streetcars  from instapaper
july 2013
McDonalds Tells Workers To Budget By Getting A Second Job And Turning Off Their Heat
"The site includes a sample 'budget journal' for McDonalds’ employees that offers a laughably inaccurate view of what it’s like to budget on a minimum wage job. Not only does the budget leave a spot open for 'second job,' it also gives wholly unreasonable estimates for employees’ costs: $20 a month for health care, $0 for heating, and $600 a month for rent."
minimum.wage  jobs  mcdonalds  fast.food  economy  from instapaper
july 2013
Rail Against the Machine
"Almost all of these rail systems were privately owned, paid taxes, and were expected to make a profit. But they were wiped out by massive government subsidies to highways. Today’s situation, where 'drive or die' is the reality for most Americans, is a product of almost a century of government intervention in the transportation market."
rail  transit  transportation  politics  from instapaper
july 2013
Nigel Godrich on Spotify
Radiohead & Atoms For Peace producer explains why he believes Spotify is bad for music.
spotify  streaming  music  music.industry  nigel.godrich  radiohead  atoms.for.peace  from instapaper
july 2013
Yes, And.
"Don’t ask questions, since that puts the onus of coming up with an answer on your scene partner; make statements. A silly voice or accent isn’t a character; it’s a quirk. Don’t try to be funny; serve the scene first, and with luck and focus it’ll be funny — that’s more important than aiming for a quippy one-liner."
comedy  improv  improvisation  improv.comedy  from instapaper
july 2013
Spot Pricing
"Imagine your city passes a law requiring that all hotels in town, from the fleabag on Mediterranean Avenue to the Four Seasons on Boardwalk, charge $100 a night. You don’t have to be an economist to know what will happen: the best hotels will be booked to capacity every night, and no one will ever stay at the CheapSleep. [...] No city price-fixes its hotels, but plenty make the same mistake with curbside parking spaces."
parking  automobiles  cars  san.francisco  transportation  urbanism  cities  from instapaper
july 2013
Give It Your Best Shot
"I was taught to use data to prove my point of view and to refute others. By knowing the history of vaccines, their historical benefit, and why the anti-vaccine groups are wrong — surely this alone will allow me to convince parents to vaccinate. But I can see it’s not always enough."
vaccines  health  science  from instapaper
july 2013
Good Mass Transit: The ultimate conservative idea
"Good transit will convince 3 or 4 out of ten people to use it instead of sitting in traffic," reducing congestion for people that choose to drive.
transportation  transit  rail  from instapaper
july 2013
Inside the Asylum, One of the Most Successful Low-Budget Movie Studios
"Bottom-of-the-barrel creature features. Topless-teen comedies. 'Mockbuster' rip-offs. In Burbank, California, one low-budget studio cranks out whatever Netflix wants."
the.asylum  movies  media  netflix  streaming  from instapaper
july 2013
Top 10 Misrepresentations of the Cincinnati Streetcar Project
A great summary of the all of the common misconceptions about the Cincinnati Streetcar project, most of which are being spread by streetcar opponents.
cincinnati  politics  transportation  transit  cincystreetcar  streetcars  from instapaper
july 2013
Media Bridges Shutting Down
After the state of Ohio eliminated funding for Media Bridges, the City of Cincinnati picked up the tab for one year. But after city budget cuts, Media Bridges has no choice but to shut down.
public.access  media.bridges  ohio  cincinnati  from instapaper
july 2013
City living breeds creative genius
“What really happens when you move to a big city is you get to know a lot of different people, although they are not necessarily your friends. These are the people who bring different ideas, bring different opportunities and meetings with other great people that may help you.”
cities  urbanism  creativity  innovation  from instapaper
july 2013
Amtrak: We Just Had Our Best June Ever
Amtrak's ridership is growing, yet Congress keeps threatening to cut federal funding for rail transit. Meanwhile, automobile traffic is dropping, but we continue to subsidize the federal highway trust fund by billions of dollars each year.
transit  transportation  amtrak  rail  from instapaper
july 2013
Craft Brews Create Urban Revival
"What’s going on in Cleveland is happening across the country. Trendy small businesses like breweries and younger residents have been returning to downtown neighborhoods in many cities across the U.S. The biggest cities are growing faster than the suburbs around them, according to Census data."
craft.beer  microbreweries  beer  better.beer  urbanism  cities  urban.development  urban.living  from instapaper
july 2013
The End of Car Culture
"The Internet makes telecommuting possible and allows people to feel more connected without driving to meet friends. The renewal of center cities has made the suburbs less appealing and has drawn empty nesters back in. Likewise the rise in cellphones and car-pooling apps has facilitated more flexible commuting arrangements, including the evolution of shared van services for getting to work."
cars  automobiles  generation.gap  millennials  driving  transportation  transit  from instapaper
july 2013
Cities Get on Board with Better, Reliable Transportation
"Take Cleveland, which opened the HealthLine in 2008, connecting the city’s main employment centers – including downtown Cleveland, the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospital – with more than 200,000 employees and 58,000 households within just a half a mile. [...] In just three years, ridership has increased more than 60 percent over the bus routes that formerly ran along the corridor."
transit  buses  bus.rapid.transit  BRT  transportation  from instapaper
july 2013
Marketing to Millennials? Then Take Us Seriously
"I’ve sat in many a packed convention conference hall while guys my dad’s age explain to their peers what Millennials are like. [...] To save you the same fate, let me sum up the majority of what the marketing profession thinks about Millennials: They’re stupid."
marketing  millennials  generation.gap  advertising  from instapaper
july 2013
A Homeless Man’s Clever Use of Auction Theory
"What makes this idea so great? Typically the homeless man encounters apathetic pedestrians with little motivation to donate. The framing of charity as a contest changes the game. Not only does the contest attract attention, but it also tempts participants into a game where the inherent strategy is one-upmanship! That bodes well for over-bidding and increased donations."
homelessness  religion  auction.theory  from instapaper
july 2013
School buses prove transit rider comfort does matter
"For elementary school trips, the benefits of luxurious transit buses aren’t worth their added costs over school buses. For adult commuting trips that compete with cars, it’s worth it to pay more."
transit  transportation  buses  rail  streetcars  from instapaper
july 2013
Raising state taxes under guise of ‘reform’ an odorous ploy
"In exchange for state income tax cuts during the next three years, Republicans plan to raise sales and property taxes. Sort of like a tax shell game."
politics  john.kasich  taxes  government  government.spending  ohio  from instapaper
july 2013
Alito's Dissent: The Problem Began With 'The Idea That Romantic Love Is a Prerequisite to Marriage'
"I can’t imagine that Alito really believes we should go back to arranged marriages. But the man [...] does appear to believe that the shift to 'romantic love' was a dramatic change that caused such a jolt to the institution of marriage — and that same-sex marriage could do the same — that perhaps the government would have had ample reason to get involved."
marriage.equality  marriage.deregulation  politics  alito  gay.marriage  marriage  from instapaper
july 2013
If You Can Repeatedly Close a Freeway For Months At a Time, Do You Really Need It At All?
"If you can keep closing this stretch of interstate for three months at a time to work on it, do you really need it at all? Why not just close it permanently and save all this money?"
Aaron.Renn  highways  transportation  roads  driving  automobiles  Indianapolis  Indiana  from instapaper
july 2013
Craft Brews Slowly Chipping Away At Big Beer's Dominance
"'What Anheuser-Busch and Coors have done through Shock Top and Blue Moon is opened up a greater number of consumers to the universe of craft beers and their innovation, flavor and variety,' says Steinman, a 30-year veteran of the beer business. 'They're sort of gateway beers.'"
craft.beer  microbreweries  microbrews  beer  better.beer  from instapaper
july 2013
On ‘Loving the Midwest’
While I appreciate Sittenfeld’s fondness for this region of the country, I have a problem with the article’s premise and its portrayal of the Midwest.
Midwest  curtis.sittenfeld  lifestyles  from instapaper
june 2013
With Voting Rights Act Out, States Push Voter ID Laws
“Whenever one form of voting discrimination was identified and prohibited, others sprang up in its place. This Court repeatedly encountered the remarkable ‘variety and persistence’ of laws disenfranchising minority citizens.”
voting  scotus  vra  election  politics  from instapaper
june 2013
Millions Of Seniors Are Moving Back To Big Cities
"Cities also are redesigning transportation systems to meet the needs of older adults who have hung up their car keys or want to. In a 2010 AARP survey, about half of adults age 45 or older said living in a place where it’s easy to walk or living near church or social organisations was important to them."
cities  urbanism  senior.citizens  baby.boomers  transportation  transit  from instapaper
june 2013
Pandora Buys a Radio Station, Just to Make a Point About Royalties
"Pandora complains that ASCAP grants specific privileges to the Internet properties of so-called terrestrial broadcasters, which include almost all of Pandora’s main competitors. Hence the purchase of KXMZ [...]"
pandora  internet.radio  broadcasting  radio  media  music.industry  from instapaper
june 2013
‘Creation Museum’ in Financial Trouble Due to Declining Attendance
"Interestingly, the reason for the slowing traffic seems to be creationism itself, since the main exhibit has literally not changed in 5 years. Most museums’ exhibits change as new discoveries are made, as artifacts travel from other museums to visit, or as adjustments in scientific thinking are made."
creationism  religion  museums  science  kentucky  from instapaper
june 2013
Survey: People Hate a Gas Tax Hike, Unless It Pays for Something
67% support raising gas taxes by 10 cents to "maintain streets, roads, and highways."
highways  roads  driving  taxes  gas  transportation  infrastructure  from instapaper
june 2013
Highways for Houses
Queen City Discovery photographs Lockland homes that will be demolished for the I-75 expansion.
highways  demolition  infrastructure  i75  lockland  from instapaper
june 2013
City Council Approves $17.4M in Additional Funding for the Cincinnati Streetcar
The city will now be eligible to receive an additional $5 million federal grant to complete the funding of the project.
cincinnati  rail  transportation  transit  cincystreetcar  streetcars  from instapaper
june 2013
The Unfollower
"Let me turn the 'why don’t you stick to talking about (topic)?' question around: what gives you the right to decide what I want to talk about?"
Matt.Gemmell  twitter  social.media  from instapaper
june 2013
Tom Luken on Union Terminal
My take on Tom Luken's statement that the city should not have stepped in to preserve Union Terminal.
tom.luken  union.terminal  cincinnati.union.terminal  cincinnati  historic.preservation  history  art.deco  from instapaper
june 2013
A Little Change Will Do You Good
"Next week Rhinegeist will open and MadTree will no longer be the newest brewery in town. Depending on when Eight Ball Brewing gets up and running, Rhinegeist may well have the shortest reign as the new kids on the block."
cincinnati  craft.beer  microbreweries  microbrews  beer  alcohol  better.beer  from instapaper
june 2013
Bill Cunningham's Sexist Remarks on Fox News
WLW's Bill Cunningham to a women he was debating on Fox News: "Know your role and shut your mouth."
wlw  media  talk.radio  gop  bill.cunningham  from instapaper
june 2013
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