Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Wired Magazine is one of my not-so-guilty pleasures. A friend gave us a subscription awhile ago, and while it's not something I would ever buy for myself, I really enjoy reading it. Also, almost every issue has something that's somewhat land use related. For example, the February 22 issue has a suggestion to solve the deadly texting-while-driving problem - better public transit. Also, as I posted in January, they had an article dedicated to "superfast bullet trains." Is public transportation tech savvy? Apparently the folks at Wired think so.
Jamie Baker Roskie
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