24 May 2008

Customer Service!

In case you didn't notice, I changed the favicon for the blog to a little water drop with some text in it. (In case you lack the vision of Superman, the letters are "Aœ," for Agua + œconomics, which is the geeky way to spell economics.)

I am interested in any suggestions (by email or in the comments) on how to make the website better. Besides telling me to improve my spelling -- or use fewer dashes... or elipses -- please DO tell me what can improve your "surfing experience".

We at aguanomics know that you have many options, and we thank you for flying surfing with us today. :)

1 comment:

  1. In James Howard Kunstler's piece in the Washington Post today (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/05/23/AR2008052302456.html) he says:
    "We'll also have to occupy the landscape differently, in traditional towns, villages and small cities. Our giant metroplexes are not going to make it, and the successful places will be ones that encourage local farming. "

    It seems like the efficiencies of having everyone in one place will keep cities alive... but I'm wondering, what would be the costs and benefits (aguanomically) of moving metropolites out to smaller towns?
    And generally, what changes do you foresee in our national water framework in the future?


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