16 April 2009

Beware copy editors on bikes

We are not easily defeated.

[Helmet tip to Roger Kramer Cycling.]

In other news *cough*reallyboring*cough*, this.

5 Comments:

At 16 April, 2009 09:11, Blogger Benjamin said...

Two really interesting articles. I wish I could plaster campus with the first. As for the second, I just checked out two books from the library on Victor Gruen, the architect who designed the first suburban shopping malls. Gruen thought of malls much more like the "town center" concept that's faddish today, to the point of including grocery stores, post offices, and libraries; later in life, he called the all-chain store malls that had been built after him "bastardized."

 
At 16 April, 2009 12:38, Blogger Eric Allix Rogers said...

Am I particularly interested in mall redevelopment?

 
At 16 April, 2009 13:03, Blogger Jennifer said...

No, but I remembered you giving a presentation to all those Europeans once about that sort of thing.

 
At 16 April, 2009 13:42, Blogger Jennifer said...

And hey now, Gurnee Mills is a great place to find last year's leftovers for cheap. If you can bear it.

On that note, I just found this. "Gurnee Mills will attract new options in shopping and dining to our area" must be the understatement of the previous century.

 
At 16 April, 2009 14:43, Blogger Eric Allix Rogers said...

Ha, you have a better memory than I do! As I recall, they wanted to redevelop the mall into a satellite city with apartments, etc, too. Just like that article!

 

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