Wishing tree

There is a wishing tree on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus, and I stop while Traveling at the Speed of Bike to read the laminated tags and wonder, yet again, about what I wish were different. I continue my ride and find examples of things that are not quite right everywhere. There is a new…

The Red List

I parked my bike at the Marcus Nanotechnology Research Center at Georgia Tech to take a hard hat tour of the Kendeda Living Building that’s under construction next door to it. (Big thanks to the folks involved for listing bike parking first on the emailed directions, by the way. That says a lot, and, in…

Big hairy audacious goal

Hmm . . .  I sat and watched a steady stream of bike riders go by on the Georgia Institute of Technology’s campus today. It is a Gold-Level #BikeFriendlyUniversity with 8% of its population using bikes as transportation (which is high in the USA), according to the head of alternative transportation, with whom I was…