Friday, February 11, 2022

Friday Links 22-5

photo of cat in window with mountain in the background
just a cat ... sorry

Focus on urbanism again, with a two video crossover about zoning. 

I also enjoyed the origin story of Kayak.


TBM 6/52: Inputs First. Bets Next - nothing new: start with the vision

The truth about management in Silicon Valley: It doesn’t exist - I don't buy that, but still a good read

KAYAK: Paul English [Podcast] - cool Kayak origin story


Bunnie Huang’s Plausibly Deniable Database - apparently not easy at all and probably not useful

How the 2020 Mask Surge Reshaped Etsy’s Taxonomy Capabilities - when suddenly one category dominates your business


With Bike Buses, Kid Cyclists Dominate the Road - Friday is bike bus day! 

What a safety debate about self-driving cars means for self-flying aircraft - it is all about profit

Crosswalks - fun study and clearly not evenly distributed 

Tesla using Full Self-Driving Beta crashes into cycle lane bollard...weeks after Elon Musk's zero collisions claim - this is not the future I am looking for, though maybe drivers are equally bad? And maybe the problem are cars in cities? 

Dutch Cities are Better for the Climate (and my sanity) [YouTube] - cities in general are better for the climate and more compact ones even more so

The Suburbs Are Bleeding America Dry | Climate Town (feat. Not Just Bikes) [YoutTube] - more about zoning

Random Life

How Will I Measure My Life? - interesting perspective. I try not to measure it.

Mapping the celebrity NFT complex - I give NFTs until the summer, but you can never underestimate the stupidity of people

Friday Links Disclaimer
Inclusion of links does not imply that I agree with the content of linked articles or podcasts. I am just interested in all kind of perspectives. If you follow the link posts over time you might notice common themes though.
More about the links in a separate post: About Friday Links.

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