Many tech companies are building campuses near research universities far away from California. It’s no surprise to me because San Francisco has the highest rents in the world and California is prone to natural disasters. Besides economics and weather, the Midwest has more innovation, a lot of unused infrastructure and more moderate and diverse politics. For anyone besides a diehard progressive liberal, San Francisco can look like Hell. Even Amazon is expanding into the Midwest despite Seattle and Bellevue having more construction, lower prices, and better transportation than San Francisco and LA.
Just to be clear, NY Times has a soft paywall.
The login abilities via Facebook and Google+ seem to be broken again as getting this message from trying with Facebook..
App Not Setup: This app is still in development mode, and you don't have access to it. Switch to a registered test user or ask an app admin for permissions.
Just thought I would let you know that the issue has cropped up again..
So I am having this weird power issue and I couldn't find anything describing this out there. This particular city tile had one Natural Gas Power Plant and 4 or 5 Wind Plants (both were the Maxis versions). I also have an ordnance mod installed that gave me the option to run an entire city off just one windmill plant and provide enough water through one water pump. Despite all these plants I can't keep anything in the city powered and it seems the reason is because my power budget is constantly set to near zero dollars. I'll raise it all the way up, everything will be powered and then after a month or two running the simulation the power budget resets back to zero and everything goes dark again.
I recently just deleted all the power plants and turned off the ordnance mod and ran the simulation to see if that helped and I am still getting the auto reset every time I press play. I'm not sure what else to do. The entire city is abandoned now.
Thanks for any help you may have.
how to solve the problem of the game slowing down when building a subway station or subway lines? it takes like half a minute to switch from subway station to other tools (or vice versa)
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