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[BLOG] Some Friday links

  • Architectuul looks at the Portuguese architectural cooperative Ateliermob, here.
  • Bad Astronomer Phil Plait looks at how white dwarf WD J091405.30+191412.25 is literally vapourizing a planet in close orbit.
  • Caitlin Kelly at the Broadside Blog explains</a< to readers why you really do not want to have to look for parking in New York City.
  • Centauri Dreams looks at the slowing of the solar wind far from the Sun.
  • John Holbo at Crooked Timber considers the gap between ideals and actuals in the context of conspiracies and politics.
  • The Dragon’s Tales reports on how the ESA is trying to solve a problem with the parachutes of the ExoMars probe.
  • Far Outliers reports on what Harry Truman thought about politicians.
  • Gizmodo reports on a new method for identifying potential Earth-like worlds.
  • io9 pays tribute to legendary writer, of Star Trek and much else, D.C. Fontana.
  • The Island Review reports on the football team of the Chagos Islands.
  • Joe. My. God. reports that gay Olympian Gus Kenworthy will compete for the United Kingdom in 2020.
  • JSTOR Daily looks at how early English imperialists saw America and empire through the lens of Ireland.
  • Paul Campos at Lawyers, Guns and Money does not like Pete Buttigieg.
  • The LRB Blog looks at the London Bridge terrorist attack.
  • The Map Room Blog shares a map of Prince William Sound, in Alaska, that is already out of date because of global warming.
  • Marginal Revolution questions if Cebu, in the Philippines, is the most typical city in the world.
  • The NYR Daily looks at gun violence among Arab Israelis.
  • The Planetary Society Blog considers what needs to be researched next on Mars.
  • Roads and Kingdoms tells the story of Sister Gracy, a Salesian nun at work in South Sudan.
  • The Russian Demographics Blog shares a paper noting continued population growth expected in much of Europe, and the impact of this growth on the environment.
  • Strange Maps shares a map of fried chicken restaurants in London.
  • Starts With A Bang’s Ethan Siegel explains why a 70 solar mass black hole is not unexpected.
  • John Scalzi at Whatever gives</a his further thoughts on the Pixel 4.
  • Window on Eurasia notes that, last year, 37 thousand Russians died of HIV/AIDS.
  • Arnold Zwicky starts from a consideration of the 1948 film Kind Hearts and Coronets.

[PHOTO] Looking across the northwest corner of Dupont and Bartlett

The northwest corner of Dupont Street and Bartlett Avenue once hosted the downtown Toronto outpost of Affinity Luxury Car Rentals. The business has been closed down for months, and a banner advertises that this space is available.

Looking across the northwest corner of Dupont and Bartlett #toronto #dovercourtvillage #dupontstreet #bartlettavenue #evening #parkinglot #realestate

Written by Randy McDonald

May 10, 2019 at 10:15 am

[PHOTO] Biking to the west, Galleria parking lot

Biking to the west, Galleria parking lot #toronto #wallaceemerson #galleriamall #parkinglot #morning #sky

Written by Randy McDonald

January 11, 2019 at 9:00 am

[PHOTO] Parking lot by Wellesley station

Walking south cross the parking lot south of Wellesley station to Buddies in Bad Times for a Naked Heart session yesterday morning, I had time to take note of the quiet skyline of downtown Toronto in the morning.

Parking lot by Wellesley station (1) #toronto #churchandwellesley #maitlandterrace #parkinglot #morning #latergram

Parking lot by Wellesley station (2) #toronto #churchandwellesley #maitlandterrace #parkinglot #morning #latergram

Parking lot by Wellesley station (3) #toronto #churchandwellesley #maitlandterrace #parkinglot #morning #latergram

Written by Randy McDonald

November 12, 2018 at 12:15 pm