Author Archives: Suhas Malghan

About Suhas Malghan

This blog documents the design and development of environmentally sustainable machines and humane design practice in general; machines that work for humanity as well on the move as they do sitting still.

Going Electric in the Golden Years

Is there any reason why a lifetime habit of driving gas cars can’t be broken? I imagine most seniors are like my father-raised on a lifetime of the suburban car centered lifestyle powered by the pump.  Why should that change … Continue reading

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The Future of Mobility was 70 years ago

If we can’t have the Redline at least we can learn about other cities making decisive infrastructure upgrades to improve accessibility, promote economic opportunity, reduce pedestrian fatalities and yes, reduce automobile traffic. This is happening in Buffalo, NY of all … Continue reading

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Light Up the Sky

Of all the faces that mugged, vamped, and pouted to the camera at the peak of the music video era, what struck me about watching Eddie Van Halen so many years ago as a kid was his  content and easygoing … Continue reading

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