Interesting data visualisation from Find Property that looks at whether you’re better to cycle or take public transport to a destination in London based on your location. Data is pulled from Transport for London’s Journey Planner, so if you’re quicker cyclist than the average, it might be out, but interesting use of interactive data visualisation.
Interesting stuff. How might this compare to your city?
London’s newly-reopened Olympic Park is pretty cool. It has a climbing wall!
This is basically what it’s like to be an adult.
And this is basically what it is like trying to navigate central London.
I am feeling a little trepidation about returning to London [from LA], worrying that it will be cold and rainy and that I’ll have to walk and be among other people without reassuring glass and metal of my car to insulate me.
Take a little bit of open data, add a lot of mapping, and suddenly you can see where people tend to run in Boston, Chicago, NYC, London, and Los Angeles (note: it’s mobile data, so biased towards tech adopters, but insightful nonetheless).
Along the water seems to be particular popular path.