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The Pitch, and an Example of Great Writing

Every entrepreneur has to pitch their business from time to time. Every real estate agent/broker has to pitch themselves from time to time (their business is themselves). Since you’re likely an entrepreneur or agent/broker reading this blog — there’s zero doubt you should read Marc Davison’s latest post, Pitch Perfect. Show More Summary

4 historic California storms that caused serious destruction

A look back at previous atmospheric river events A storm one meteorologist is calling “a once-in-10-year-event” is headed to California as we speak, all thanks to a phenomenon called an atmospheric river. Slated to hit California onShow More Summary

Utah Cliff House – One of the Most Unique Properties I’ve Ever Seen

This post isn’t really “real estate tech” per say, but I came across one of the most unique properties I’ve ever seen — involving a “story”. A 2,100 square foot house built into a cliff in Utah. It’s selling on auction January 21st.Show More Summary

‘Beyoncé tower’ breaks ground in Melbourne

The $315 million tower inspired by Beyoncé’s music video for “Ghost” is expected to complete in 2020 The fabric-wrapped curves seen in Beyoncé music video for "Ghost“ will soon be enshrined in a 79-story skyscraper in downtown Melbourne. Show More Summary

Construction will start soon on major update for West Hollywood Park

New dog parks and an aquatic center It’s been 12 years since the city of West Hollywood adopted a master plan for its central city park, but as 2016 comes to a close, it looks as though the second and final phase of the park’s redevelopment...Show More Summary

Cities fighting climate change: a hopeful story from 2016

Urban centers continued to emerge as centers of green innovation and reasons for cautious optimism During the closing days of 2016, it may feel pretty challenging to find an optimistic take on the fight to combat climate change. Recent...Show More Summary

The best architecture and design books of 2016

Calling all design-loving bookworms ‘Tis the season for curling up by a roaring fire (or a ten-hour video of a burning Yule log on Netflix, which is a thing). What better hearthside accessory than a good book? We’ve rounded up 17 ofShow More Summary

Self-driving Uber’s bike snafu appears unique to SF streets

Pittsburgh officials say it hasn’t come up in their city Uber’s fleet of self-driving cars hit the streets of its hometown one week ago, to an almost instantaneous flurry of complaints. Among them: Self-driving Ubers tend to turn into...Show More Summary

SF debuts first protected intersection

Finally Over near the abominable intersection at Ninth and Division, the one next to Fitness SF, things have gotten a little less distressing. Mayor Ed Lee and the SF MTA both unveiled the city’s new and very first protected intersection. “Division and Ninth had a clear need for this type of safety improvement,” says Paul Rose of SF MTA. Show More Summary

5 fond memories of midcentury Christmas design and decor

The holidays were made for nostalgia, right? Ahh, the midcentury era, a time of bold exploration and radically new ways of doing just about everything. Indeed, fueled by modern materials and techniques, the experimental mentality ofShow More Summary

Facebook's new smart home assistant will have Morgan Freeman's voice

Also known as the voice of God With the proliferation of voice-activated home assistants like Google Home and Amazon Echo, soon we’ll be sitting in our living rooms verbally directing robots to complete mundane household tasks. But what...Show More Summary

Tip Tuesday: Creating a Killer Listing Presentation

Here’s a fast and easy way to create a killer listing presentation using some off the shelf, free tools. Download Photo Story 3 from Microsoft. Microsoft will need to validate your copy of Windows before you can download this software,... The post Tip Tuesday: Creating a Killer Listing Presentation appeared first on Inman.

Seniors and streets artists tag team Richmond building

Golden-agers learn the art of graffiti and tagging The Institute on Aging, a non-profit that works on quality of life programs for Bay Area seniors, has a big building with a lot of blank walls on Geary Boulevard. You might say they’re providing a canvas that, normally, nobody gets to work on. Show More Summary

6 buildings nicknamed Death Stars

That's no's a space station In the new Star Wars film Rogue One, a group of Rebels attempt to steal the plans for the Death Star so they can formulate a strategy to destroy it. That’s exactly what some people wish they could’ve...Show More Summary

Watch 6 months of Apple Campus construction in 4 minutes

Think of it as concentrated Apple Christmas comes a little early for obsessive Apple Campus watchers this year. Our usual Apple surveying drone videographer, Matthew Roberts, compiled a video comparing the past six months of construction...Show More Summary

The war on Christmas lights

Lasers and projectors are ending the old-fashioned tradition of stringing up lights Strolling your neighborhood this December, it’s clear the halls are decked a bit differently than they were in the days of yore. Instead of twinkling...Show More Summary

Kenny Chesney buys $5.2 million Malibu beach house

The country singer snags a pretty sweet vacation home Country music superstar Kenny Chesney has a new vacation home in Malibu, according to real estate website Trulia. Built in 1957, the modern-ish traditional is located on a gated street...Show More Summary

3D printing: East Tennessee’s next manufacturing boon

How Knoxville and its environs became a hotspot for the future of manufacturing One of the more fantastical aspects of 3D printing, besides the ability to see your a digital sketch become a physical object in front of your eyes, is that it can be done almost anywhere. Show More Summary

How Vancouver got half of its citizens out of their cars

50 percent of trips are taken on foot, bike, or transit—including a SeaBus! The news that Copenhagen now has more bikes than cars on its streets seems like a distant fantasy—if not downright impossible—for vehicle-bound American cities. Show More Summary

How South by Southwest transformed Austin

South by Southwest prides itself on its scruffy roots. A conference dreamed up in 1986 by a few journalists to bring attention to Austin’s boisterous live music scene. A film festival that epitomized the spirit of a handful of fiercely independent local filmmakers. Show More Summary

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