It'll be interesting to see if this works. It'll also be interesting to see if those parking sensors can lend themselves to other uses. They'd be smart to open the system up to coding nerds to see how they could make this new data stream more useful to the city and the people who drive there.
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I've recently gotten into the Nerdist podcast after Bossman John recommended it. I sort of expected it to be about technology and video games and that sort of thing, but it's mostly just comedians talking about the craft of comedy, which is actually really interesting … partly because I grew up watching a lot of standup and sketch comedy, partly because I think that comedian and planner are more alike than people realize, and partly because it offers a different perspective on how a different industry has been changing along with media.