1. Simon's Cat has a new book!
2. Simon's Cat has a (rather weird) app for iPhone/Touch. (I've downloaded this, but we haven't tried it yet. I think we might need a musician for it, but I do look forward the cat singing back ... )
3. Simon's Cat has a new video! It seems to be the first half of a 2-parter, and I don't like it as much as the others, but still, it's new!
Here it is:
4. Simon's Cat artist, er, Simon (Tofield), talked with the BBC about his book. This is where I learned that cats are called "moggies" in the UK, which made me think of Mogget in Garth Nix's most splendid Old Kingdom books. Um, and that is all I have to say about Simon's Cat for the moment. Laters!
Cargo bikes are in.
Revolution Cycles in Whiteaker has started to sell this stable Madsen from Utah featuring a big, low-slung cargo tub and a 600-lbs. capacity (click images for links):
The non-profit Center for Appropriate Transportation (CAT) is offereing classes to build this sturdy hauling trailer:
Then of course, Burley has been building cargo trailers in Eugene for three decades:
Whatâ€™s next for Eugene? Maybe something like this from the nirvana of bike commuting, Copenhagen, Denmark:
Seen any other cool cargo bikes around town?