2021 Anti-Planner Planner A Planner for people who hate planners and the people who love them
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Auto workers are on strike. Actors are on strike. Writers are on strike. The latest is that workers on Canada’s St. Lawrence Seaway are on strike. As Peter Zeihan observes in the video below, these strikes are a symptom of the labor shortage that isn’t going to go away anytime soon. paper that is on the inside of the cover is peeling off the corners. I’ll fix it with a strong adhesive.
I personally don’t think I’m smart enough to know what other people want without asking them, or at least seeing how their preferences play out in their behavior; if people are happy jeopardizing their immortal souls by rooting for USC football, I can’t really see how it’s my duty or even right to interfere. I also feel a bit queasy asking – indeed, forcing – others to pay for a transportation system that I don’t think will benefit them (in the net) just because I think trains are cool. Light rail is a “proven technology,” claims Atlanta Beltline engineer Shaun Green, so there is no need to look at alternatives to spending a couple of billion dollars or so building a 22-mile light-rail and streetcar loop around the city. He was responding to some local residents who think that alternatives should be considered because “ rail is the 20th century.” Few figures polarize the planning profession like Randal O’Toole, a senior fellow at the libertarian Cato Institute. As far as I know, O’Toole has never attempted to steal Christmas and was nowhere near the grassy knoll, but nevertheless if you’re going to bring up his name at a gathering of transportation planners you’d better have a defibrillator handy. In part, the outrage O’Toole provokes is due to his sometimes colorful mode of self-expression, but basically it comes from the fact that he is one of a handful of planners (or, as he calls them, “antiplanners”) who take issue with the prevailing orthodoxy in the field.Authors, if you are a member of the Goodreads Author Program, you can edit information about your own books. Find out how in this guide.
Donations from wonderful humans like you are the reason I was able to leave my job to make ADHD content full-time. Indonesia’s high-speed train on a test run before the October 2 inauguration. Photo by Muhammad Bintang Nurandi Putra.Today’s guest is Dani Donovan, a creator whose TikTok videos and illustrations help those with ADHD understand themselves and feel validated. Her first infographic in 2019 about ADHD storytelling went viral with over 100 million views. Since then, her content has become more and more popular. She was chosen as the closing speaker for the 2021 International ADHD Conference, and her work has been published in The New York Times, the BBC, PBS and more.
Do you know what you need to do, but struggle to get yourself to do it? Get bored easily? Abandon every planner you’ve ever tried? Beat yourself up a lot? Yeah. Me too.To help librarians, please edit the title of this thread and mark it "DONE". Thank yo Christine wrote: "Added: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1... Portland’s transit mall has both buses and light rail; it’s worth noting that adding light-rail to the mall reduced the number of people that the mall could move per hour. Photo by Steve Morgan. Super excited. Bought one for my partner too and we’re excitedly walking through it together and I think it’ll help with accountability. Thank you for making such a wonderful resource.