Archive: 9 Posts from HSpace that you wish you had read
|Photo: Sutika Sipus. Kabul Afghanistan 2013.|
Here are some posts that stand out from over the last two years. A couple were very popular, but most of these were real gems that never attracted much readership. Maybe I posted them on a Saturday (lowest readership is always on Saturday) or maybe no else actually finds them interesting. Regardless, I thought maybe its time to dust them off and give them a second chance. Enjoy.
Crafting Cities Truly Responsive To Climate Change
Crowdsourcing the End of War
The Linguistic Substructure of Cities and Settlements
Post Conflict Reconstruction is Dead
Human Latency of Smart Cities and Data Driven Reward Systems
Urban Planning Trends are Bad Medicine
Urban Design and Indefensible Spaces
The Importance of Speed for Land Rights in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
The Dark Side of Urban Resilience
Bonus: Stuxnet Lessons For Urban Planning Part 1 and Part 2.