Articles from February, 2009

Too Fast for Conditions
With some high school physics, we can roughly determine a safe vehicle speed given weather conditions for various tires on various surfaces and at various speeds.
by Ted Mitchell
Published February 11, 2009 in Ideas (9 comments)

Home Renovation Tax Credit: Clever but Harmful
Any renovation program should put highest priority on retrofits of existing leaky buildings to make them more efficient, reduce pollution, contribute to urban renewal and enhance housing values.
by Ted Mitchell
Published February 11, 2009 in Ideas (2 comments)

Mesmerized by Melodic Rhetoric
In the shadow of the economic crisis, now may be the last chance for Americans to reform their dysfunctional political system without violence and societal collapse.
by Joel S. Hirschhorn
Published February 11, 2009 in Opinion (0 comments)

Think Globally Eat Locally: Tapestry Bistro
It's not health food, exactly, but sensible preparation techniques and imaginatively presented ingredients create a series of sensational taste experiences with every visit.
by Karen Burson
Published February 11, 2009 in Reviews (1 comment)

Album Review: Neveroddoreven by Theset
Theset treads the well-worn paths of Canadian alternative/power pop, sounding by turns like Our Lady Peace and Matthew Good Band, though they stir a more aggressive punk sensibility into the music.
by Ryan McGreal
Published February 11, 2009 in Reviews (0 comments)

Change the Lobby
If we are truly to see some transformation in the way the US now rules the world, the war-mongering machine must be dismantled.
by Ramzy Baroud
Published February 11, 2009 in Opinion (18 comments)

Smart Transportation Economic Stimulus
Investments and policies that create more multi-modal transportation systems can provide significant economic benefits, particularly over the long run.
by Todd Litman
Published February 11, 2009 in Feature (11 comments)

The Other Mark Fenton
An Examination of Love, Death, the Pursuit of Happiness, the Ineffable Construct of the Self, and Undelivered Mail.
by Mark Fenton
Published February 11, 2009 in Photo Essay (2 comments)

What Makes You Interesting?
Twitter: Why you might like it, and what its popularity says about the future of online social media.
by Adrian Duyzer
Published February 11, 2009 in Digital Kayak (6 comments)

Lawrence Hill, Writer
Lawrence "Larry" Hill is enjoying the success of his novel The Book of Negroes and all that comes with it, but he really wants to get back to writing.
by Kevin Somers
Published February 11, 2009 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

Why Write
A poem by Kevin Somers.
by Kevin Somers
Published February 11, 2009 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

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