Michael Stumpf said:Keep 'em coming! I've updated the map but am having some trouble posting it. I get a message that I have already posted it to the thread, even if I rename it. Mods?
giff57 said:The addiction has begun....newbie Michele posting at 2:40 AM
Plannerbabs said:in "Inninaplis", as the natives like to say.
pete-rock said:As I look at Mike's map I see a definite Midwestern theme. I'd bet two-thirds of the people ID'd are located between Ohio and th Great Plains.
Is there something about Cyburbia that screams "Midwest" to people? I would've thought there were just plain more planners and planner types on either coast.
Bear Up North said:Michael.....
Pop a dot on the map about twenty (20) miles (pinhead) west of Toledo, Ohio. Swanton is nice this time of the year. Corn Festival in late August. Mmmmmm....mmmmmm.....life is good.
You might also think about a thread that asks "where we want to be?".
Bear Up North
It must be pretty cool to be on the Pacific but only about 600 miles from the Atlantic.
Planificador Urbano said:Put me down .... Grand Rapids Michigan............ actually it's Belding but Grand Rapids is close enough.
Sometimes us planner types feel very alone in the woods... with small woodland creatures.... so it is nice to see "others" out there.
BiteMeElmo said:I don't know if it's worthy of a second dot, but I'm in Edmonton, canada, same as nerudite.
Michael Stumpf said:Yup. That dot is you. For some reason I was thinking Nerudite was in Calgary when I updated the map last night. Maybe it is all those job postings in the kiosk.
nerudite said:Well... there is someone in Taber, which is somewhat near Calgary (a little further to the east I think)... so you don't have to move that dot too far...
Michael Stumpf said:Are you suggesting yet another Canadian dot? I think there are now more in Canada than in any other state.