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Parking Creativity in Iceland

One glance out of the plane’s window while descending for arrival in Reykjavik, Iceland reveals a startling lack of roads. The only one clearly visible is a dual-lane road snaking off into the distance from the airport. It’s a scene that would be desolate if not for the stunning scenery of ancient volcanoes, coastline and […]

China – Car Chaos

Beijing is a cool capital city. The intersection of China’s rich history and modern culture is conspicuous. Couples in his/her matching t-shirts wander alongside historic temples and gardens. When you’re in London, curbsides say, “Look Left” to remind us that we’re in Europe. When you’re in Beijing, just look every-which-way. Many Chinese individuals I connected […]

International George Cayley Appreciation Day

I celebrated International George Cayley Appreciation Day for the first time on December 27th. Is International George Cayley Appreciation Day a real holiday? As far as I know: no. Should it be? Absolutely! George Cayley is credited with inventing the seatbelt (among many other things). After my near-death car crash in Zambia this past summer, I […]

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