The Mystery of the Bloomfield BridgeEvan Travers This is an RSS-only post. It's a secret! Read more about RSS Club.
I have never been so fascinated by a bridge in my life. Tyler's enthusiasm for local history is infectious and delightful. It's inspiring and super fun… the lengths to which he goes!
While I am dedicated to this search, I am not about to fly down to Kansas City to dig through federal archives, especially when those documents may or may not be there...
...just kidding. Of course I flew down to Kansas City to dig through the federal archives!
I miss the old internet that was mostly wonderful humans answering questions they posed themselves.
There's also a good warning to ask an expert early in your project… they have hard-earned heuristics:
She told me to stop looking at old documents: "no one writes down the real reason for infrastructure projects." She said I needed to look for people in power. Specifically, if I want to prove my theory, I should look for people who would be connected to both the church and the bridge.
If you like ridiculous researched rants and history (with a touch of UX desire paths!) then give this a read.