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Articles from December, 2005.

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A Bit of Crow, the Brits, and a Full Decade



I got an email the other day from a person who cancelled his subscription basically because I was letting my somewhere to the right of Attila the Hun politics creep a bit too much into my column...

A Voice I Hadn't Heard In ...

By JVH

Semi-retired PI Paul Manning and his son, Paul Junior, were stunned when their prospective client, Grace Lundquist, was shot in their office just before she could tell them about some mysterious happenings at a local parking garage...

Commentary



With apologies to my friends in the automated parking industry, I bring this sad story to your attention...

In 1905, It Was e=mc2 -- Now, a New Parking Formula?

By Joseph P. Sciulli

Editor's note: This is the second in a series of articles seeking to answer the question "Can a formula be devised to predict the potential output or 'qualitative outcomes,' associated with parking or transportation management programs?

To commemorate Albert Einstein's 1905 formula calculating the energy output from the atom, Parking Today (November 2005) asserted that the potential output of parking or transportation programs could be measured through a five-step approach:
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Jet Fighters and Golf Clubs: Similar to Parking Garages?

By Ken Baur and Gregg Blasak

For years, architects, engineers and parking consultants have looked to precast concrete as a viable technology for parking structures...

NPA Hears Real Life, Not The Movie



The fastest-growing financial crimes in America today are check fraud and identity theft...

The POF Installation of the Century!

By John Van Horn

Speed and customer service...




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