Monthly Archives: May 2016

Problems with Innovative Solutions to Homelessness

As our community struggles dealing with the homeless, this article in Nonprofit Quarterly addresses these, good article. An excerpt. For some time now, NPQ has covered the myriad of housing solutions that are being proposed to the homeless crisis, from … Continue reading

Posted in Government, Homelessness

Public Transportation Use Continues its Decline

As this article from New Geography reports. An excerpt. The Bureau of Transportation Statistics recently released preliminary data summarizing public transportation ridership in the United States for the calendar year 2015. The preliminary data from the National Transit Data program … Continue reading

Posted in Transportation

Human Ingenuity At Work!

A great post from the California Water Blog showing that in action, and go to the site for the pictures. An excerpt. In February, 1914, the rainfall in the Mojave Desert region exceeded by nearly fifty per cent in three … Continue reading

Posted in History, Technology, Water