|...in the bottom drawer|
|I knew I'd lose it so I put it in a safe place, and now I can't remember where it is.|
|currently stashed in: Cheshire Street, London|
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June 23, 2005 || 3:21 pm
Fallen Fruit is a lovely idea about mapping fruit trees and campaigning for the planting of public fruit trees. They need to get GIS, though - the scanned-in maps look sweet but kinda ineffective when you think they could have a Google Maps hack shwoing where you could pick oranges in your neighbourhood.
I love this! League of Musical Urban Robots - a group of crazy inventors and musicians who have a former deli full of weird and wonderful musical robots that they make and put on performances with. the documentary on their site is really worth watching. (via Boing Boing)
Some nameless member of my family (paternal side) has been expressing some scepticism about all these netbased things. If you feel like him , you need to read How to Stop Worrying and Love the Internet.
|I'm an urban designer and regeneration consultant with my own practice. At other times I like playing the fiddle, eating and writing.|
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|some of my friends:|
Museum of Wonder
The Beacon Lives
Daniel Flatauer's potsblog
Peter MacLeod's latest project
why aren't more of my friends web-literate enough to have sites?