Jack; I agree there are some flash problems with the Living City site, even on a 21 monitor, but the content was awesome... really made me think aboutMessage 1 of 25 , Dec 29 6:41 PMView SourceJack;
I agree there are some flash problems with the Living City site, even
on a 21" monitor, but the content was awesome... really made me think
about European consumption and I though Americans were comsuming the
--- In email@example.com, Jack Seay <jackseay@s...> wrote:
> I found a few problems with the Living City website. The text is
> and almost unreadable on my monitor. I couldn't find a non-flash
> to read, and my normal browser settings didn't work to magnify the
> The text didn't stay on-screen long enough to be read at times and
> could find no way to pause it. The scroll arrows were hard to find
> they blended in with the surrounding graphics. The animated lines
> the same color as the text and sometimes covered it up. On the
> looks good, but the composition has made the content hard to focus
> will go back and try to read it when I am more rested and motivated.
> On Sunday, December 29, 2002, at 11:54 AM, Eric Blyth
> <ejbxxx@h...> wrote:
> > That website you posted was absolutely amazing, I loved it!!!
> > for the awesome resource!!!
> > I envisioned something very similar for our website, the only
> > difference being we would be less focused on London, and become a
> > more general website...
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "urbankit2001 <URBANKIT@P...>"
> > <URBANKIT@P...> wrote:
> >> There is a great Site (in my opinion) which maybe gives
> >> some answers as to what selfsufficiency for a city could mean.
> >> http://www.living-city.net
Hello, I am excited about getting something posted up there. I also work in media resources at the university so I have scads of material and professionals atMessage 1 of 25 , Jan 4, 2003View SourceHello,
I am excited about getting something posted up there. I also work in
media resources at the university so I have scads of material and
professionals at my disposal. We have a resident prof who
specializes in building with the environment in mind. I took a
course of his on arcologies, sub terranian building and strawbales
etc a long time ago. I think we should have a section on the site
that has descriptions of the most popular building techniques to
start with a full reference section. We should also have a section
describing the people who pioneered this field as well as another
section on building projects currently under way or alreeady
completed. I know there is tons more to add to this, but if everyone
posts ideas for what they would like to see, we should be able to
get a basic site map together quite quickly. The only thing I'm not
sure about is where to have the site hosted. I can check with the
university, but since this is extracurricular, they will likely not
allow us any space over there.
Well, let me know what you guys think.