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Links I liked, Sep 17 – Sep 24 (Christian atheists, artificial viruses, cul-de-sac neighborhood design)

1. Tom Holland: Why I was wrong about Christianity

A self described “Christian atheist” historian realizes that many of the ethical positions he holds dear are not shared across humanity, but the result of the West’s Christian history. 393 more words


9 Archer Square | Cul-de-Sac Home in Hunt Club Woods

An exceptionally well maintained home on a child friendly cul-de-sac. Hardwood flooring throughout just gleams and the main floor family room with patio windows features a modern stone surround gas fireplace for those chilly autumn nights. 268 more words

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The joy of cul de sacs

Every day, I go out walking with our little dog, for a half hour, an hour, or even more. We just walk around our neighborhood, going different ways each day, enjoying being outside, being together, and getting exercise. 239 more words


Alternatives to connected streets

Walkable urban environments are good. One characteristic that makes an area walkable is the provision of means to walk from one location to another in a fairly direct manner. 481 more words


Connected streets

It is currently broadly accepted that a highly connected street network is a good thing, that it represents good design. Connected streets promote walkability by providing more direct paths between more origins and destinations. 414 more words


“Are you ready?” “Noooo!”

Thank you to the lovely Dr. Anita Auerbach for allowing me to share her eulogy for Richard Thompson.  Her words met me where I was at.   893 more words

Antica Taverna, Roma, August 27, 2016

We have completed our fourth week without pizza, are down a few pounds, and generally feeling like we are eating healthier. My jeans fit better and I had to throw out a pair of hiking pants that threatened to fall down. 629 more words

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