Buildings, clothing and products all trigger the public's awareness of design. But how about the automobiles we drive? Not being an expert on the topic, I asked a master automobile designer how he measures great design.
I gingerly got out of the car. I looked around for cameras, convinced I was about to be arrested. Then I thought about how frequently these cars are driven. "This must happen a lot, right?" I asked, hopefully.
If we all channeled candidate Obama and inflated our tires properly, we could save nearly as much oil as we are likely to discover by pursuing the offshore drilling plan President Obama recently introduced.