Here is a video segment I did on what I love about living in Vancouver’s Olympic Village
Today’s selection is more of a ‘Weekend Listen, ‘ featuring some of the common sounds of Vancouver remixed and reinterpreted.
Videos highlighting the relative transit activity on a weekday (from 4am to 4am) in selected cities.
The newest version of SimCity retains most of the game’s previous elements while bringing a whole new level of complexity.
While Moby may be first and foremost best known for his music, his latest venture sees him dipping into a whole different territory.
“Transit, Transit, Transit” is the new real estate mantra in Grater Vancouver according to real estate marketer Bob Rennie. In May 2012, Vancouver real estate marketer extraordinaire, Bob Rennie made his tenth appearance at the Urban Development Institute’s (UDI) Annual General Meeting at the Hotel Vancouver. The topic of his presentation was…
A short television segment from 1969, shortly after Jacobs moved to Canada.
This unique trailer looks at how the power of imagination can transform a dilapidated high-rise neighbourhood.
Came across this video on transit open data through GOOD magazine’s website. While it’s sponsored by IBM, i thought it was worth sharing. The video provides a good introduction to the powerful combination of open data and transit that is being explored in Portland OR. Here’s hoping that Vancouver’s Translink catches on,…
Kaid Benfield captures the beautiful colours of a New York City evening in this video slideshow.
All images (c)2011 by F. Kaid Benfield. Music: Sharon Shannon featuring Kirsty MacColl, “Libertango” (via YouTube Audio Swap)