Last week, I asked how the Walk Score of the place you grew up compares to where you live now.
Dan Reed came up with a great extension of the game: Graph the Walk Scores for everywhere you've lived over time. Mine is above.
Basically, my score was super low growing up, then really high in college, back down in suburban Silicon Valley (there's one year at a score of 51 there in the midst of that downslope), then back up for New York and finally DC. (The 100s are Manhattan, the lower numbers, outside Manhattan.)
i probably spent entirely too much time on this, but i made my own…— Bison bison (@infinitebuffalo) September 10, 2018
amusingly you can't even tell when we moved from E.Lansing to Ann Arbor ('89).
even more amusing, even the hilltop house in PGH we called the Fortress of Solitude has a better score than northern Ann Arbor. pic.twitter.com/553AiLrNie
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