Matteo di Micchele, Arcosanti’s Human Resources Coordinator, assisted the film crew as Paolo Soleri was leading them through the walkways of Arcosanti.[Photo & text: Pietro Viscomi] Even though Arcosanti is not a city designed around the automobile, the reporters found it an intriguing tourist destination, well worth a stop off the highway. In these images, Paolo Soleri is showing The Vaults and The Ceramics Apse – some of his unique passive solar, silt-cast structures.[Photo & text: Pietro Viscomi] December 15, 2008 Two TV journalists from the Italian car-travel show “Easy Driver” came to interview Paolo Soleri on December 3rd. Currently, the show is exploring the roads of The United States, Canada, The United Kingdom and Ireland. Ilaria Moscato and Marcello Mariucci stopped at Arcosanti on their way between Phoenix and the Grand Canyon.[Photo & text: Pietro Viscomi]
Swedish cable operator Com Hem’s customer base remained stable during the third quarter, with the operator ending the three months to September with 831,000 customers out of 1.75 million homes connected and an average of 1.82 services per customer.Digital TV subscribers grew modestly from 520,900 to 612,700, while broadband subscribers remained flat and triple-play subscribers continued to decline from 275,500 to 270,800.Com Hem posted revenues of SEK1.133 billion (€132 million) for the third quarter, up SEK7 million year-on-year, with an operating profit of SEK582 million, up SEK26 million.During the third quarter, Com Hem began work on the final phase of its network optimisation plan.