- RT @HistoricalPics: Times Square 1943 In Color http://t.co/IZM0zveT9r 2 days ago
- RT @MotherJones: There are 10 times more mentally ill people behind bars than in state hospitals: mojo.ly/1e7iSHA http://t.co/zaZhX… 4 days ago
- RT @paytonchung: Modernist town founder urges evolution, not stasis, for his jewel wp.me/pdyP-1wR 2 weeks ago
- Stay away from Twitter for a few weeks then come back just in time for hashtag madness. Leaving again to look the sky and think about trains 2 weeks ago
- RT @PreservationTV: Removing 9/11 Artifacts From New Jersey’s Nest of Political Patronage nyti.ms/1lxslr0 1 month ago
Monthly Archives: March 2011
On Monday I start my internship at the Lefferts Historic House in Prospect Park. I am excited but I would probably be more excited if I knew for certain that I was getting paid. On the upside, my summer will … Continue reading
Why couldn’t this job be open next year instead? I will be excellently qualified for it next year. Damn it. It satisfies all my requirements for a “real” job: 1. Gets me out of New York City but not too … Continue reading
The plan: have a little dinner, see some of this and then enjoy a little live music. Here is hoping that the weather and my studies do not interfere.
It is Spring Break now and instead of studying for my classes today I have been spending far too much time watching video of the earthquake and tsunami damage in Japan. The video showing the destruction of people’s homes and … Continue reading
Making Sense of Amtrak’s Vision from The Transport Politic. Posted with WordPress for BlackBerry.
There has been a lot of back and forth on the internet lately with regard to bike lanes mostly due to the high percentage of idiocy of the New York Times article on Sadik-Kahn and the controversy over the dedicated … Continue reading
In the process of testing some new software. I am not sure this will post the way I would like it but we shall see. It is raining today in NYC and I am here in the computer lab trying … Continue reading
‘Detroit Was Like Cheers: Everyone Knew Your Name’ – The Atlantic.
A Sand County Almanac – Aldo Leopold The observations are rich and frequently moving but his distaste for the city and city dwellers can be tough for me to take. He understands the complex system that surrounds him on his … Continue reading
It is the middle of my second semester studying Historic Preservation and many responsibilities have started to fall on me. Work, applications, conferences, student organizations, writing and studying when added to an active social life and a cantankerous family at … Continue reading