Tag Archives: Pennsylvania

#MapMOOC Lesson 2 Map Assignment

This week’s assignment for Coursera‘s class entitled “Maps and the Geospatial Revolution”, we were asked to observe change between US Topographical maps and satellite imagery. I struggled a bit to find something that interested me. Toying with various parts of … Continue reading

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Discovering Community Through Creativity

Once in awhile I get a great idea. It’s just unfortunate that I usually don’t follow through with my ideas by putting them into action. I was told not so long ago that this could be due to Attention Deficit … Continue reading

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Public Debt: Redux via Municipalities

I was inspired by a segment on NPR’s Morning Edition today as it related to yesterday’s post about public debt. It hit me that national debt may draw the most attention, but there might be a bigger issue in another … Continue reading

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A Realization in Transit

I’ve never used public transit for any other purpose than during a vacation to NYC or a shuttle or bus at an airport. Making it apart of my daily routine was never an option where I live, but I was … Continue reading

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Meanderful Wandering

Anyone with an elementary understanding of basic geometry will know that the shortest path between two points is a straight line. But often life takes us to Point B via an uncertain and often non-sensical way. This is the way … Continue reading

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The Nomad and the Settler, Part 1: The Background of the Nomad

A war has been brewing inside me for years now, and I become increasingly aware of it as the days tick by. The nature of the conflict is holistic; that is, it’s spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional. It fights with … Continue reading

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