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Prepper Myth #5: You Have to Bug Out

Note: Myths 5 – 10 were taken from a post by a so-called prepper expert providing advice while dispelling “myths” about prepping and bugging out. I thought the advice to be so outrageously idiotic and dangerous that I felt the need to respond to this guy before he gets people killed. 442 more words


Cycling New York

The Steady Rise of Bike Ridership in New York

Advocates say the latest numbers are encouraging, but the city could still be doing more.


Out Of Words

Wednesday, ‎October ‎15, ‎2014

On a path of being loved and loving someone, its inevitable to get hurt and i am sorry.

Mobility, Space and Culture book review published in Area

My review of Peter Merriman’s fantastic book ‘Mobility, Space and Culture’ has just been published in the latest issue of Area. I presume this will be behind the paywall for most, so as a quick summary – an excellent and essential read for foundational understandings of contemporary conceptualisation of mobility, space, place, time, and geography. 169 more words


Upcoming talk: Texts in Place/ Place in Texts symposium at Royal Holloway, 21st May 2015

I’m very much looking to speaking at the symposium Texts in Place/ Place in Texts at Royal Holloway on 21st May 2015, which brings together geographers and literary scholars to discuss their understandings of the relationship between texts and places. 245 more words


The Place is dead; Long live the Place: Imaginations in the transition of Bangalore fort

Narendar Pani and Sumitra Sunder

Space and place are terms that have a long history and bring with them multiple meanings and connotations. One of the aspects of modernity is the changing notions of Space and Place. 1,317 more words


Place ~ A to Z Blogging Challenge

Sense of place, I think, is a number of characteristics that makes a place special — the human experience in a landscape, the local knowledge and folklore. 262 more words