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Walking the Plank in New York City

It's not always smooth sailing for the city pedestrian, what with dogs, children, and Oprah. Read More »

Interview: Alanna Imbach of the UN World Food Programme on Charity Miles Mobile App

More and more people are using Charity Miles to raise money and as a launching pad to start conversations about hunger. Read More »

Confessions of a Gasoholic

I am in detox right now, shivering me timbers in the limbo world of having a needle on empty. Read More »

Google Glasses: A Vision of Brain-Blindness?

Google's augmented reality specs allow users to look out rather than down, but is this safer, or safe at all? Read More »

Book Review: The Energy Glut: The Politics of Fatness in an Overheating World by Ian Roberts with Phil Edwards

Every council planner and every councillor should read this book. Read More »

Can Using a Weight Loss Aid Really Work?

Alli the weapon of choice to win the war against fat and wear a teeny bikini. Read More »

iPhone App Review: All-in Pedometer

Count your steps and much more in this review of the iPhone app, All-in Pedometer. Read More »

A Walk with Thoreau

That walk—I'm not certain whether Thoreau considered it truly being in the presence of God. What I do know is that it's as close to God as I have been in a while. Read More »

Book Review: Wanderlust: A History of Walking by Rebecca Solnit

A slightly meandering discussion of walking results in a book of middle quality. Read More »

Book Review: The Unnamed by Joshua Ferris

How do you deal with a medical condition when it doesn't even have a name? Read More »