If you have had a chance to swing over to World Streets - www.worldstreets.org - any time since we went on line on 2 March, you may have found some good valueMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 19, 2009View Source
If you have had a chance to swing over to World Streets – www.worldstreets.org – any time since we went on line on 2 March, you may have found some good value there.
And if you have I would like to invite you now to click here in order to send us a couple of lines of encouragement. You’ll see how it works once there.
This should take you all of two minutes to whip off two short lines -- and this we can then take to various agencies and foundations whom we intend to approach for support. Getting out a daily edition of Streets, plus maintain our other new mobility focus sites such as this one, is a surprisingly big deal in terms of time and resources required. But if you are taking the time to read this note, you know that this work can be useful.
We have never charged for anything for our public interest web sites since the New Mobility Agenda first got into gear back in 1988 -- and would hate to do so. Against not only our principles of free access, but also it would also have the pernicious effect of narrowing the number of people thinking about sustainable transport, sustainable cities, and sustainable lives. That would be a great pity and a loss.
So all you have to do is click here right now, spin your short sentence, and then you will know that you have done your part.
And we can continue to do ours.
Eric Britton - editor@...
Editor, World Streets
This map records the origins of people who have come into World Streets for a read this morning. (If only we served coffee too.)