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Are iPods killing pedestrians?Posted: January 30, 2012 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
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How cool is this?Posted: January 29, 2012 Filed under: Architecture & buildings Leave a comment
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Does urban sprawl really make you fat?Posted: January 27, 2012 Filed under: Education, justice, health Leave a comment
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Does urban sprawl make us fat?Posted: January 27, 2012 Filed under: Education, justice, health Leave a comment
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What is it with architects?Posted: January 24, 2012 Filed under: Architecture & buildings 2 Comments
You can read the new post, What is it with architects?, at my new home at Crikey.
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Is Warne putting the right spin on cycling?Posted: January 23, 2012 Filed under: Cycling 4 Comments
You can read the first post for 2012, Is Warne putting the right spin on cycling?, at my new home at the giant Crikey media conglomerate. Please bookmark the new site. I’m looking at ways to bring existing e-mail subscribers across (hopefully) with as little pain as possible. All comments should now be made at the new site.
What were the most-read posts of 2011?Posted: January 4, 2012 Filed under: Miscellaneous 2 Comments
Here are the ‘top twelve’ articles posted on The Melbourne Urbanist in 2011 i.e. those that got, in order, the most readers:
- What were they thinking?
- Will redevelopment of Fishermans Bend really be revolutionary?
- The distribution of wealth: perception vs reality
- Is this building offensive?
- Is this a real tram ‘network’?
- How many travellers use the trains?
- How can trams be made better?
- Are these really the most (and least) liveable suburbs in Melbourne?
- How liveable are our major cities?
- Melbourne ‘fantasy’ rail map
- What causes urban riots?
- What is the key challenge for cycling policy?
Note that this list refers only to articles posted in 2011 and naturally it favours articles written earlier in the year. The three most-read articles in 2011 were in fact posted in 2010 i.e. Is water priced to encourage conservation?, How big is Melbourne?, and Banging the high rise drum.