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Bridges & Tunnels: The Hidden History of the Labyrinth of Underground Tunnels Below Civic Center

The tunnel between the Hall of Records and the Hall of Administration. Photo by Kansas Sebastian / Creative Commons Downtown LA has tunnels for cars at Second and Third streets that are both well-known and well-traveled, but a serie...

Preservation Watch: British Library Completes Circle From Eyesore to Treasure

Creative Commons photos via Jim Linwood The largest public library ever built in the UK, initially condemned by public opinion only to become a beloved, Brutalist icon, was given historic status by the British government last week, according to...

Worth a Thousand Words: Dusk on Fraser's Hill

Dusk on Fraser's HillSource: EatingAsia, published under a Creative Commons 2.0 license

Preservation Watch: How are Austerity Measures Harming Architectural and Archeological Preservation in Greece?

Tourists at the Acropolis Museum. Creative Commons image via/brownpau Facing a staggeringly high unemployment rate of 26.5 percent (Eurostat) and economic uncertainty stemming from the debt crisis, there's no doubt that Greeks have plenty of issues on their mind....

Best of the Best: Curbed's Picks for the Most Livable Cities in the U.S.

Portland city skyline; Creative Commons image by Razvan Orendovici Design publication Metropolis recently released its list of the world's most livable cities, using a formula that combined feedback from a panel of experts as well as a variety of...

Curbed National: How Will Cuba's Real Estate Market Adjust to a New Era?

Havana photo by Anton Novoselov/Creative Commons "Come on, this is bullshit, this is for show, it can't actually be real." When travel journalist Nick Watt was told that travelers to Havana's Paseo del Prado could find not just snac...

MoMA Releases Data On 125,000 Art Works To The Public

5 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York is not just one of the most famous museums in the world, is also trying to give back to the public somewhat as well. Not only has it proudly embraced Creative Commons by displaying CC's own...Show More Summary

Why Russian Astronauts Pee on a Bus Tire Before Launching Into Space, and Other Pre-Flight Rituals

(Photo: Christopher Michel/Creative Commons) Imagine it: you're an astronaut and launch day for your first spaceflight has arrived. Years of intense study and training have culminated in this moment. You're suited up and ready to go....Show More Summary

Emerging Market: How Will Cuba's Real Estate Market Adjust to a New Era?

Havana photo by Anton Novoselov/Creative Commons "Come on, this is bullshit, this is for show, it can't actually be real." When travel journalist Nick Watt was told that travelers to Havana's Paseo del Prado could find not just snac...

Flickr Group Widget – Round 1

flickr photo shared by Little Orange Crow under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC ) license The goal here was simply to take the Flickr API knowledge I’d gained earlier and apply it within a WordPress widget. In doing so, I learned a few things. The primary one being that I often harm myself by being […]

Alternative Spaces: How Slovenia Turned an Urban Squat into a Cultural Attraction

Photo of Metelkova via Eoghan OLionnain/Creative Commons Squatter settlements aren't always the first thing that comes to mind when discussing successful urban development; the widely heralded example of Denmark's Freetown Christiania, an anarchist settlement on a former military base,...

openmarginalis: Detail of Leaf from Breviary by Master of the...

openmarginalis: Detail of Leaf from Breviary by Master of the Vitae Imperatorum, Lombardy, Italy ca. 1430 via Walters Art Museum and Wikimedia Commons, Creative Commons

Rauner Yet to Act on Reverse Mortgage Bill

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has yet to act on reverse mortgage legislation he received in late June. Photo Credit: Steven Vance, under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 The Springfield budget wars between first-year Gov. Bruce Rauner and...Show More Summary

Scraping Instagram – Take 3

flickr photo shared by JeepersMedia under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license I started to apologize for writing three posts on this and promising not to do any more but I reconsidered. This is my site. I’ll write whatever I want. Skip it if it bores you or exile me from your feed reader.1… Read More

Scraping Instagram #2

flickr photo shared by Marco Gomes under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license Remember last night when I posted about scraping data from Instagram? I woke up this morning about 5:30 (literally with a start) astounded by how easy the solution to archiving the pagination returns was. So before I even left for work… Read More

Scraping Instagram

flickr photo shared by ajmexico under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license I’m trying to step up my programming game a bit.1 APIs are also getting more and more accessible to jokers like myself.2 (In this case I also use php, cron, and some regex.) All of this should make Alan very proud. But… Read More

Is the Loch Ness Monster Just a Giant Catfish?

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Creative Commons With sightings dating back to 565 AD, Scotland’s fabled Loch Ness Monster has  for generations  intrigued tourists, scientists, surveyors, and practical jokers,  many of whom have tried to prove, or disprove, its existence. Show More Summary

Theater Revivals: There's a Second, Rival Plan to Reactivate South Pasadena's Rialto Theatre

Image via Cali to Chicago / Creative Commons For years, the Rialto Theatre sat on Fair Oaks, shuttered and falling into disrepair. Now all of a sudden, people are competing to revitalize it. In June, Vintage Cinemas (owner/operator of...

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