This was not my lawyer*. This was not my mode of transportation when I survived a hit-and-run earlier this year. But as I’m selecting the photos for my year-end street photography collage (as usual), this […]
Jump for Joy as They Get “Destroyed”?
So the heyday’s over for Uber’s Jump ebikes in many cities, and there are a lot of articles and photos making the rounds right now about how the bikes are being destroyed in mass quantities. […]
Issue 6: Go full circle
Issue 6! We’re rockin’, folks. Check it out.
Issue 5: Connect
Okay, team, here’s Issue 5. I’ve decided, most likely, on there being 8 weekly issues and then we’ll see about going monthly. These things are fun to do but time-consuming and I have a whole […]
Cool. My recent scooter article for Ensia has also been published on SmartCitiesDive and now GreenBiz. These are very interesting sites with lots of up-to-date news about all aspects of triple-bottom-line sustainability. I’m happy for […]
Now on SmartCitiesDive.com
Oh, cool! My scooter article for Ensia was republished on SmartCitiesDive.com. Dive in (or get there while scooting or Traveling at the Speed of Bike). See related posts: “A Moon Cycle. The Refrigerated Lifespan of […]
“A moon cycle. The refrigerated lifespan of yogurt. Short.”
Ever wonder how long scooters last before they are trashed or scrapped, and what’s being done about it? You’ve come to the right place. The scooter article on which I’ve been working for the environmental […]
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 […]