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  • The Recognizer continues to zoom along the digital world, eventually stopping, detaching its top and elevatoring down ( "wooooaaaah" goes the crowd).

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  • Now that was one scary story. Not so much because of the trauma of being trapped in a lift/elevator but the extent to which it changed the guy's life through the unwise decisions he made afterwards.

    April 17, 2008

  • "While the Marriott’s capsule-like elevators sped up and down, Fortune explained some of the rudiments of elevatoring. The term “elevatoring�? refers to the discipline of designing a building’s elevator system: how many, how big, how fast, and so on. You need to predict how many people will be using the elevators, and how they’ll go about their business. It isn’t rocket science, but it has its nuances and complications."

    The New Yorker, Up and Then Down: The Lives of Elevators, by Nick Paumgarten, April 21, 2008

    April 17, 2008