Monthly archives of “July 2016

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The master plan

I’m going through and dissecting Elon Musk’s second “Master Plan” this morning.  I love how he drops earth-shattering news in such a casual and honest way. Two days ago he tweeted that he was planning to pull an all-nighter to complete the “master product plan.” And then… Read More

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How sexy is your city?

I recently penned an article for Building Magazine called How Sexy Is Your City? The subtitle is: The next generation of talent will require cities to take a next generation approach to city building. I know that we’re all hitting our limit in terms of people talking… Read More

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Rinse and repeat

Venture capitalist Matt Turck has a post up on his blog that is packed full of information about the New York City tech ecosystem. (He has also written similar posts about Berlin and Paris.) His overall thesis is that New York – as a startup/tech… Read More

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White and minimal

The Douglas House by architect Richard Meier was just designated by the National Register of Historic Places. The house was originally designed in the late 1960s for Jean and Jim Douglas of Grand Rapids, Michigan. But it was more recently restored by Marcia Myers and Michael… Read More