Hello readers! I've had another great week out here. In spite of that, I don't feel like I have a lot to discuss with you all that is really new and interesting. I continued to work on my Traveller sector and finished reading The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage. I also watched the last 14 episodes of Season 6 of Adventure Time that was recently release to Hulu, and the "Log Date 7 15 2" of Steven Universe. Mostly, I seem to be finishing (in some sense at least) a lot of things this past week.
In terms of starting things, I've picked up a new book. Not anything that is likely to sound like a lot of fun to you my readers. The book is Ways to the West by Tim Sullivan, in which the author attempts to take a road trip through the American west without using a car. Along the way, he discusses our dependency (addiction even) to automobiles and the influence that has had on the cityscapes of the western United States. But, he's also looking at some changes that have come about in the past decade and how these my influence the future of design. Due to my exposure to various public works projects, I often take an interest in articles and books that discuss the future of our public infrastructure. Since most of the books that I have read previously seem to assume the types of urban densities more typical of the coastal and mid-west metropolises, Ways to the West offers a fresh perspective. Especially with regards to the lower density development that has been the norm in the western states. I'm a little less than a quarter into the book so far, and I'll have to dedicate some major time to it if I'm going to finish it before it is due back at the library, so wish me luck.
That's all I have for this week. Have a great week and game on!