September 13, 2014

To entertain ones readers, or rule them? That is the question.

You may have noticed my blog posts of late, becoming even more supercilious. Some might say: boring. Let me explain. In the mid 1990s an architectural critic and theorist named Kenneth Frampton grew in stature with […]
September 8, 2014

Applications of critical theory to the production of cycle-space (and other great t-shirt ideas)

A while ago I started a facebook group to awaken my townsfolk to the fact that they are all retards and ought to just kill themselves (no offence intended for actual retards or those who struggle […]
September 5, 2014

Living car-free yet using more cars—how we can solve this dilemma

If you haven’t read my blog in a while (or ever), the last few posts explain my decision to work within the literary genre of Utopian writing. New paradigms in urban planning have always been precipitated […]
September 3, 2014

Velotopia: a touchstone notion.

It is time we had a touchstone notion of a Cycling Utopia. Tempting though it may be to dismiss such a thing as straw man, it is worth remembering that the garden-city and car-city both have their […]
September 2, 2014

Roundup of 7 contrarian views

I don’t know about you, but I am really quite taken by the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain’s “great big” bike blog roundups. What a fabulous chronicle of the cycling renaissance! One day someone will get […]