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Bike lane construction to lead to 102 Avenue disruption beginning Tuesday

A stretch of road in Oliver will be permanently closed to westbound traffic beginning at  9 a.m. Tuesday as the city continues its work to create… 128 more words


Future Cities: 3D Elevators

Cities are useful because of connectivity. We maximize population density to maximize the benefits of this connectivity. (Of course, it also drives city dwellers mad, but that’s another story.) 94 more words


Talking ticketing with Rambus

Rambus’s Stephen McSpadden (Senior Product Manager, Ticketing) spoke to Contactless Intelligence at their recent conference. While the usual suspects fill our email in-boxes with ever more news of contactless EMV deployments or new record numbers of contactless transactions, it is interesting to see how there are ever more developments not just in technology, but in emerging market segments and  business models – and it is also ever more clear there is no one magic bullet to solve our contactless payment and transit needs. 814 more words


Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Shigeru Serikaku, Hawaiian Aviator

A fuzzy, many-generations-old photo of Shigeru Serikaku in front of his plane is one of the few images remaining of the adventurous issei from Sashiki, Okinawa. 242 more words


When APS Says "Reorganize," Watch Out: The District and Gifted Education

Note: This Week in “Better Burque does Duke City Fix” we look at an old professional wound that continues to fester…

Before I started bothering people here at Duke City Fix and elsewhere in that greatest of roles for people who wish to be bothersome, the “semi-retired person,” I was a full-time professional bother as a K-12 educator. 1,719 more words


Discovering the beauty of Haiti (Collaboration with @iam.bernhard

Welcome to the community!

Tell us about yourself, about where you come from.
Thank you for welcoming me into your community, it’s an honor!

I am Bernhard Henry Poitevien, Founder & Executive Chairman of the International Association of Moringa (IAM) which conducted Research & Development and pioneered Moringa Oleifera farming in Ayiti (Haiti), its principal country of operations which apparently resulted in a chain reaction throughout the entire Caribbean and Latin American region back in 2007.   1,780 more words