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Stagnation Nation: City Planning

Satellite City

There is an enormous source for delving into historic truths called the Prelinger Archives (www.archive.org). This is a wonderful resource to use to discover movie clips from various industries going back to 1903!   These videos address every imaginable industry and are free to use. All the books and articles about density and traffic are written by planners

LandMentor student License

LandMentor student license

By applying for a student license you will receive a free license solely for educational use as a student for your own use. The free license will be valid upto July 2018. Read all the instructions till the end before applying for student license. A student enrolled in a full time course in a recognized institute

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about LandMentor

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about LandMentor

Who should use LandMentor? LandMentor is aimed to help students & professionals working in diverse disciplines associated with land development. People associated with urban studies, civil engineering, surveying, planning, architecture, landscape architecture, real estate, and construction will find LandMentor useful. Its vast application makes it suitable to be used by those associated with various industries

Download Instructions for LandMentor

LandMentor student license

  LandMentor To tear down the roadblock to sustainability, design education and technology needed to merge engineering, surveying, architecture, and planning to eliminate the barriers to sustainability in the current uncollaborative design industry.  Instructions for downloading LandMentor & supporting material To use all the functionality of LandMentor software you will be required to obtain Product

LandMentor Press Release

LandMentor Press Release

Empowering the Next Generation of Planners, Engineers, Surveyors, and Architects to Create a Sustainable Future How a new disruptive solution (system) will improve the world  Minneapolis, MN, March 30th – For the past four decades technology has improved nearly all aspects of our life – with the exception of the physical land development patterns of