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travel, latin america, photography, urban planning and stuff.
...and now my New York chronicles

June 19, 2002  
MTA's guide to Subway Art. Mediocre pictures but a decent guide if you're into that. (Via Lightningfield, of course)
posted by Thomas

June 10, 2002  
Bootlegs of Contemporary Art, by Eric Doeringer. Canal St. moves to Chelsea. (via bloggy)
posted by Thomas

Underground Typography, signage and fonts on subways, with much discussion of New York.
posted by Thomas

June 07, 2002  
Photos of Brasilia: one and two. Scanned from the New Yorker. Taken by Robert Polidori [who's job i would love to have].
posted by Thomas

Detroit's Ruined Central Station. An article from Metropolis with some great photographs. Also relevant a site documenting the Fabulous Ruins of Detroit (w/ photos by Robert Polidori).

posted by Thomas

June 05, 2002  
10 Transit Myths about Los Angeles. Also compared, LA rail transit in 1910 and 2002.
posted by Thomas

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About me

My name's Thomas Locke Hobbs. I used to live in Argentina, now I am in New York City. I grew up in California. I'm a bit suspicious as the value of keeping a weblog, but I do it anyway. Go to my home page for more about me.

Weblogs I read:

Xblog, Virginia Postrel, Signal vs. Noise, Peterme, Obscure Store, Metafilter, Media News, Lonely Planet Daily Scoop, Lightningfield, Kottke, Joel on Software, Dan Bricklin, Camworld, Arts and Letters Daily,

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