How will autonomous vehicles change the way architects think?

By Jonathan Hilburg City planning operates on decades-long cycles, while infrastructure is typically built out using forecasts that extend current trends. If self-driving vehicles are poised to deliver the revolution in urban transportation that Silicon Valley has been promising,...
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ADP: 190,000 Jobs Added in November

ADP economists report that prospects for an overheating labor market will be greater if tax cuts are put in place. By Hanley Wood Data Studio The U.S. economy added 190,000 private, non-farm jobs in November according to the monthly employment report released this morning by...
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The Man Who Taught Architecture: A Memory of Vincent Scully

Aaron Betsky explains how he has been trying, for most of his life, to live up to the challenge issued by our greatest of architecture teachers. By Aaron Betsky It was one of the best compliments I have received in a long time. After seeing me lecture recently, a classmate of...
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