Monthly Archives: October 2007

Crappy Sound Quality

You may notice that the sound quality of the last podcast sort of…well…sucks. This is a result of continued experimentation with my equipment. After this non-optimal result, I’m going to make it a habit to download the podcast to my … Continue reading

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Episode 5 – A Grab Bag of Topics

Topics: Latent Demand, Funding, Anti-lock Brakes

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Turning Left in Beijing

Occasionally, something truly hilarious pops across my radar. This description of the operation of an intersection in Beijing, China, is one of the funniest things I’ve read on the web in a long time. Previously posted on The Evil Eyebrow.

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Traffic Tidbits: 23 October 2007

Speaking of Roundabouts (see episode 4!): Chandler, AZ made the news for discussions related to installing more roundabouts and traffic circles, primarily for traffic calming. Red Cow: The only reason I’m linking to this news item is because of the … Continue reading

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Episode 4 – Roundabouts

Topics: Roundabouts

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