John and Stephie have this thing on their site that lets you check what websites have links to yours. So, about two weeks ago, the Japanese version of Boston.com said something like: ねひしうツスシニハZAKCQ. Should I be concerned? There was also a link to an op-ed in the Springfield, Mass newspaper (named The Republican, which is a little scary in and of itself) that quoted my blog a few weeks ago about parking and highways. So I guess I should start spell checking huh? Put something on the internet and all the sudden your an expert. No wonder the country is going to the dogs.
ps. i was hitting random japanese characters there, so if I said anything offensive I apologize.
Zakcq Lockrem is a Master of Urban Planning Candidate specializing in the history and theory of planning and international planning at the Department of Urban Planning and Design at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He has a B.S. in Urban Affairs from Boston University. He is an urban planner and advocate engaged in research on the reification of identity, the insurgent and everyday practices of urbanism and on alternative transportation and the design of public places. Zakcq also works as a bicycle planning consultant and has contributed to projects in Mexico and around New England.