I said it before, and I’m going to have to say it again. I closed last week’s installment on the data for fare activity between January 1 and 7 of New York’s green cab armada with a reminder (largely to …

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Please understand the pun. If you don’t, you’ll have to indulge my word-playing nod at the slang for cab driver, apparently inspired by the Hackney horse, a London equine precursor to motorized livery. Etymology aside, the New York Open Data …

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Today’s post is about hacking city spaces to improve the third places we have in NE Wisconsin and to create new ones. If you’re not familiar with third places, check out the Wikipedia entry, which says they’re “…the social surroundings …

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