These are projects (DIY, homemade, what have you) I've been working on the past few years or just started today. In 2010, I've realized that I spend too much money on DIY projects so going forward I need to pay more attention to intentions, goals, and most of all, my time and money.
Building a Hackintosh
- The goal of this project is to build a fast computer that runs Mac OS
X so I can upload more photos faster as well as create more videos more often. I abandoned it after two years because of the constant frustration in ensuring it ran well.
I like to draw cities, trains, and highways from a bird's eye view.
I own two digital cameras now.
Panasonic GH1, since January 2012. I don't have a lens right now, but I will be getting the 20mm f/1.7 very soon.
Olympus EVOLT E-500, since 2006, have two kit lenses. I still use this.
Agfa ePhoto 780, from 2000. I no longer own this.
Fuji FinePix F50fd, from 2007. The lens cover stopped working and I bought a new camera with HD video; I recycled this one.
Bike Parking Equity
- Master's project for urban planning graduate school at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
Steven Can Plan
- A blog about planning school experiences and transit and bicycling-related travels across the United States.
- A blog I co-author with John Greenfield about sustainable transportation in Chicagoland.
Do you have a cargo bike? Which one and what are the top 5 reasons to choose that kind. What are the top 5 to not choose it? Leave your input on the Cargo Bike flowchart.
I picked and rode my Yuba Mundo for the first time from Blue City Cycles in Bridgeport (Chicago), Illinois, on Friday, June 7, 2010. In this section, I will list my specifications and modifications.
I brought a WorkCycles Fr8 cargo bike home from Amsterdam in August 2012.