humanscalecities: James Howard Kunstler ofrece un análisis profundo de los suburbios
radarqnet: “Invisible Maps plantea un mapa del patrimonio invisible de la ciudad. Usando códigos QR, destaca hechos y lugares e interactúa con el territorio y su historia a través de la tecnología móvil.” - Invisible Maps
Bringing the political economy back into the city... →
nomada: It’s 2030. Governments are poor and in hock to big banks. The urban poor and the impoverished urban middle classes in rich countries have had to scramble to survive . Bit by bit they have inserted a self-made urban political economy into the larger national/global economy of their countries. It is partial, but it works. Since it deals with the basics and with what people on their own can...