This would be amazing if this would be put into action
Beautiful Pipedream of the Day: U.S. High Speed Rail Map
Curb your enthusiasm, this is not an actual map of the U.S. high speed rail, but a concept map designed by Alfred Twu. The artist’s vision for a nationwide high-speed rail system (220 miles-per-hour) would run across the entire country from coast-to-coast and make stops at a number of major cities and metropolitan areas along the way. In harsh reality, however, hopes for jump-starting the national infrastructure project seems to be hanging by a thread at the moment, which is already overdue when compared to other nations in the industrialized world.
What happens when you can’t find the City Hall’s Bible and you need to promote some firefighters to Battalion Chief and Fire Captain? If you’re the Atlantic City Fire Department of Atlantic City, New Jersey, you grab an iPad and load up your favorite Bible app to complete the swearing in ceremony.
Such a cool idea!
Aether is a predominantly web-based retailer, but the California-based outerwear company has recently begun expanding its brick-and-mortar business, with the launch of a new and innovative shop in San Francisco. Constructed from three, vertically stacked shipping containers, the shop has a distinctly industrial design that, as co-founders Palmer West and Jonah Smith explained to Cool Hunting, dovetails perfectly with Aether’s urban-rugged aesthetic.