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Great video. Thanks for sharing this. I live in an inner city context. While it has MANY problems, it was built in a time when communities were central to urban planning. We can walk to anything we need. It is being threatened, sadly, so I am all for this kind of awareness.

Peace & all good,

great video! I detest the ugly strip malls, cheesey cookie cutter house and massive intersections that are always part of sprawl. I am renovating a 100 year old house in SF, using mostly reclaimed products, so that I can walk most places and ride mass transit when walking is not optimal. Thanks Kenneth! I was your baby sitter when you were 2 and 3 and I am delighted to see what you have accomplished as an adult!

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  • For centuries, we've designed systems that alienate us from ourselves, from community, from the flow of life and our natural desire to do good. With the convergence of the digital and physical worlds, we live in a designed world. We can redesign it to be smarter, more efficient, and responsive to our natural lives and processes. Just as modernists called a house “a machine for living in”, so today all systems must be redesigned as machines for living.