Aug 13, 2012
By Andrew Donohue
Every now and again on VOSD Radio, we do this thing called Half-Baked Ideas (the concept for which I admittedly borrowed from Grantland and applied to local civic affairs). Here’s how it works: We float some nascent ideas for making San Diego a better place. However, we have some freedom. The ideas don’t have to be fully formed, have a financing plan or even frankly be realistic. We try to talk them through and see where we end up.
Jed Sundwall, CEO of a company called Measured Voice and a friend of mine, joined me as guest host in the latest edition of VOSD Radio to offer up his half-baked ideas and react to mine. Among them: building a San Diego public market, totally rethinking freeway exits, finding streets in San Diego we can make one-ways, a marine-layer app, koalas in Kate Sessions park and the Goodnight Helmet.
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