Hello my dear Signal Problems readers!
I hope everyone is…well, I hope everyone is. Merely being present feels like an accomplishment these days. I’ve been doing my best to enjoy the snow here in the city—I love a good snowy winter—and read as many great books about transportation and urban history as I can. I hope you have found new hobbies during these hard times to keep you going or rekindled passion for an old one. I’m always looking for new things to try so if you have any suggestions let me know.
I’m writing today for two reasons. First, to say hi. Hi!
Second, this is the last email you’re going to receive from Signal Problems. No huge news here as the newsletter’s been shuttered for a while. But I’m launching a new newsletter so people can easily keep up with my work, especially my bigger features I think are important and people should read. It’s called Urbababble and you can read about the details here.
In short, Twitter sucks for sharing my work with the people who want to read it most, so I’ve set this up to do that. Unlike Signal Problems’ weekly 3,000+ word diatribes, Urbababble will be shorter, less of a time investment for all involved, and more to the point. I only plan on sending a few emails per month. But every once in a while I might provide an update on what I’ve been reading and some other transportation-related thoughts. First and foremost, it will be chill, because the last thing we need is another Very Important Newsletter.
Thanks for your support as always. Hope to see you over at Urbababble.