Morning Metro: 60 Year Old Decatur Postcard, Fed Funding Uncertain, and the Geographic Flow of Music

Flow charts courtesy of the Geographic Flow of Music

5 thoughts on “Morning Metro: 60 Year Old Decatur Postcard, Fed Funding Uncertain, and the Geographic Flow of Music”


  1. My mother lives in a very small town. I once sent a post card sent to [first name] , [zipcode]
    It got there. That was in 1992.

  2. Re postcard: This seems to have been the equivalent of an email going into your spam folder without anyone realizing it.

    Re Decatur resident named chairman to GA Tech Engineering School: You know you are addicted to CSD when your first thought is “But does he have kids? Do they go to CSD or private school? Which CSD school(s)? Would he be willing to be on XXX PTA committee?”

    Re geographic flow of music schematics: When it comes to social network analysis, I prefer the text version. When a graphic goes beyond 3 dimensions of variables, I lose it.

  3. Re: Transportation Tax. Today my “progressive” friend that is tranportation afictionado told me to vote NO. I was shocked. To Sum up his opposition. Wrong tax, should be a gas tax. Interesting.

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