November 27, 2009 § 2 Comments
Thanks, Sal, for sharing your commute view. Very nice train, smooth, quiet, swift. Interesting to me how everything in the view is either undeveloped or recently constructed. This will be so good to renew in 5, 10, 20, 50 years. I wonder what it will this capture look like to the next generation of commuters on this route.
Very important, I think, for us to capture our daily experience. The more routine, the better.
Thanks Steve. I think you’re right. It would be quite interesting to do this 5 years down the road. I will put in a todo for that.
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