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Monday, September 15, 2003
The Los Angeles Times describes how Santa Ana has come to have the greatest average household size in the United States. See In Housing Density, It's Too Close for Comfort
Posted by kazys varnelis @ 08:54 AM PST
Sunday, September 7, 2003
The University of Minnesota Design Institute's Twin Cities Knowledge Maps are receiving attention as they provide alternate ways of mapping cities. See the LA Times article City Maps Drawn on the Senses or visit the Twin Cities Knowledge Maps website.
Posted by kazys varnelis @ 01:28 PM PST
Wednesday, September 3, 2003
Andrew Odlyzko, Director of the Interdisciplinary Digital Technology Center and Assistant Vice President for Research at the University of Minnesota has written an excellent article on the realities of broadband adoption. My only disagreement would be in his suggestion that the time for wireless to the home is rapidly approaching. Here he fails to take into account the limited nature of the wireless spectrum in comparison to the virtually limitless capacity of cable and the continued problems this technology has in day-to-day operations. But do read Odlyzko's article: The Many Paradoxes of Broadband.
Posted by kazys varnelis @ 10:15 PM PST
Tuesday, September 2, 2003
Situationism has now completely been absorbed by touristm. See the CNN.com article: Experimental tourism catches on - Sep. 1, 2003
Posted by kazys varnelis @ 01:17 AM PST
Thursday, August 21, 2003
The New York Times reports on commonalities and differences between networks when they get overloaded. Read:
In Frayed Networks, Common Threads
Posted by kazys varnelis @ 11:55 AM PST
Monday, July 28, 2003
In Boston around Thanksgiving? Don't miss my talk at the MIT conference on Architecture-History-Pedagogy. See HTC at MIT [ Pedagogy Conference ]
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 04:53 PM PST
Sunday, July 27, 2003
Housing affordability is at crisis proportions in Los Angeles. Read the LA Times article: Professionals at Home in Subsidized Housing
Posted by Kazys Varnelis @ 10:15 AM PST