[NetBehaviour] Walking the Lots
sondheim at panix.com
Mon Dec 13 17:39:53 UTC 2021
Re: Below, that may be (re calling the car etc.), but the situation in
Pvd, which I was responding to, has to do with corruption, payouts,
bankruptcies, various organizations etc. If it wasn't parking lot it would
be something else like hotels, clubs, and bars, and perhaps it is. We
don't talk about that publicly while we're living here, at least I don't.
The place is scary on a deeper level.
The rich can always live on the East Side or other RI cities like Newport,
Watch Hill, etc.
On Mon, 13 Dec 2021, Anthony Stephenson via NetBehaviour wrote:
> A few years ago, probably late one Saturday night, I was on a social
> media site (probably Facebook or Twitter) when an ad came to my
> attention for a book called ?ReThinking a Lot: The Design and Culture
> of Parking" by Eran Ben-Joseph ? and for a great price! I ordered it.
> But when it arrived it was a "Why did I buy this?" moment. Looking
> back at my YouTube output, it looks like I may have just released my
> "2 Roads & 2 Roads" video. Was it the algorithms? Or pure coincidence?
> I don't know, but I've since gotten rid of it.
> Also, with the coming and going of history, parking lots may someday
> become less prominent. I've heard it speculated that in the future,
> vehicle ownership will become increasingly rare. If someone needs to
> go somewhere, they'll call for a car with an app.
> - Anthony Stephenson
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