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Daily Archives: 26/02/2013
Originally posted on Network Dispatches:
You have of course heard about that reassuring phrase “Best Practices”, a noble concept for sure but one which reflects the value set of those who decide to include them in their personal pantheon. Well, this is not about “Best Practices”. as you will shortly see.
The World Streets Worst Practices Department (also known as the Learning from Stupidity Department . . . maybe) has its place in World Streets and the world more generally because when it comes to transportation there has never been a shortage of flakey ideas.