You know you’re a planner if…

August 6, 2015 Uncategorized 0 Comments
Photo credit: http://vmturbo.com/blog/survey-finds-45-of-it-professionals-are-interested-in-deploying-openstack/

Photo credit: http://vmturbo.com/blog/survey-finds-45-of-it-professionals-are-interested-in-deploying-openstack/

Legos are not toys and you aren’t messing around with your Lego cities. There will be plenty of community meetings.

Photo Credit: https://www.fi-compass.eu/

Photo Credit: https://www.fi-compass.eu/

Online, interactive, or old school, maps can provide a planner with endless hours of entertainment.

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Photo credit: http://blog.eoffice.net/2011/08/

The Statue of Liberty? Meh. The Grand Canyon? Psh. A new installation that doubles as a bike rack and seating area? I need pictures.

Photo Credit: https://twitter.com/simcity

Photo Credit: https://twitter.com/simcity

SimCity is the game that attracted many a young planner in recent years to pursue the profession. Yes, your SimCities were better than everyone else’s.

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Photo credit: http://brookevstheworld.com/my-ancient-triangle-quadrilateral/

A lot of pointing.

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Photo credit: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/reading-improve-brain/story?id=21501657

Okay maybe this last one isn’t quite true but you know you get excited when you see an innovative new plan that is trying to make changes to the built environment.