Just read a thought-provoking post over at the Public Bikes Blog. It definitely has me considering to ride more often not just because it’s a smart thing to do, but because it’s sometimes better to remove those things we are so accustomed to we don’t usually see. Here’s a snippet:
Greetings all and welcome to the 237th raising of the mobile blogging tents at the Carnival of the Mobilists. I’ve got the task of hosting this week and there’s a small, but themed look at things as we wrap up this summer’s postings.
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I took a trip to the beach yesterday, and while I had a great time, I got a few quick lessons on the fun of sand and salt.
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It is really easy to sit here and say that Charlotte is a good/bad place to bike. I’ve had conversations with several people who bike, and several who don’t and would like to about some of the challenges related to biking. And all are pretty legitimate. After the time I’ve spent biking here, I think that I’ve figured out some ways in which Charlotte can improve things.
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Just a headsup that the 236th Carnival of the Mobilists is now up over at MSearchGroove. As usual, there’s a great selection of pieces, including one from myself. Take a cup of coffee, read and enjoy.
It is well observed that I’m a fan of Nokia products. Not so much the devices, but the experiments and research items that come from them are the kinds of things which fuels all kinds of thinking and imaginations. More fuel was added to the fire today via a brief mention on Twitter, and for once, I’m anxious to see what will happen.
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