September 21, 2014

Bicycle urbanism should be Utopian and Organic at once.

It is easy to dismiss bicycle transport as something that will only ever be mainstream in cities where that seems to have always been so, like Amsterdam or Copenhagen. Whether you say that’s due to the […]
September 14, 2014

What should I say at a Bike Futures Conference?

I’ve never been a high school relief teacher, but I think I’ve just had a taste of the dread they must feel to be phoned in the morning and told they have a gig in a […]
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 […]