It’s been a while since I’ve posted an “Around The Web” post, and that’s mostly because I have blogs coming out my ears and I go astray on some of each of the blogs’ features. With that said, I went though some emails and RSS Feeds over the weekend and thought it appropriate to post these links, of which my readers my be interested.
Suburb SkyScrapers in Federal Way?
According to the Seattle Times, the Federal Way city council approved a plan to transform 4 acres of land into skyscrapers with a mix of residential and retail space. As cities are becoming more dense and populated around the world, it will be interesting to see whether suburbs across the nation and globe start to become mini-cities themselves.
Mobile Devices in Construction & Their Legal Problems
ConstrucTech have published some articles recently about how mobile devices are creeping into the construction workplace, and becoming more useful. I’m certainly a proponent of this. However, with everything new comes legal uncertainty, and another article was published this week that discussed some of the legal problems related to mobile devices.
LEED Doesn’t Live Up To The Hype
“You can use as much energy as you want, and report it and keep your plaque.” That’s the meat to this well-written article criticizing the LEED program.