Summer 2004

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Summer 2004
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July 1, 2004
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It was a dark night and there were no lights or shoulder markers, lines, railings, or anything at all except the dark pavement moving through the landscape of the flats, rimmed by hills in the distance, but punctuated by stacks, towers, fumes, and colored lights. This drive was a revealing experience.
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CLUI Land Use Database Upgrades

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New Interactive Mapping Goes Google
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640 The CLUI Server. CLUI photo

THE CLUI HAS RECENTLY UPGRADED the system that operates the Land Use Database, the core element of the Center’s resources, and the repository for information about the built landscape of America. The database is now housed in a new server, automatically backed up by a RAID system and duplicated on an off-site server in the Bay Area. This redundancy was essential, and a great relief given the ephemerality of electronic media.

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Dutch Crater On Hold

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Polder Bombing Suspended
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591 Potential crater area, Holland. CLUI photo by Erik Knutzen

A PROJECT TO DEVELOP A bombing crater in the Dutch landscape is currently on hold, though it may be stalled indefinitely. “We’re not really worried about it. It’ll happen or it won’t,” said CLUI European Projects Manager Erik Knutzen, “either way it’s a win-win situation for everyone.”

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