Davis Cannery project grades dirt, moves to reality

Posted by on Aug 11, 2014 in In the News | No Comments
Davis Cannery project grades dirt, moves to reality

It’s hard not to notice this kind of local history in the making. Although mostly a sea of graded dirt right now — sprinkled with neatly stacked lengths of pipe, parked construction vehicles and other accoutrements of building from the ground up — The Cannery development is visibly in full swing alongside East Covell Boulevard […]

The Easiest (And Most Difficult) Amenity You Can Offer

Posted by on Jul 14, 2014 in In the News, Inspiration | No Comments
The Easiest (And Most Difficult) Amenity You Can Offer

“What is the amenity of the future, and how much does it cost?” That was a question from the audience when I spoke at PCBC—joined by four other community visionaries—on “New Masterplans and the Amenities of Tomorrow.”

Interview with a Wunderlist User

Posted by on Jun 24, 2014 in In the News | No Comments
Interview with a Wunderlist User

Wunderlist is a truly amazing task management and productivity app. It’s sleek design makes it a very popular choice for beginners and experts alike and offers a range of features suiting both the solo user and teams, or even a household. I had used Wunderlist for a few years and only recently have made the switch to Asana to […]