[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Camilo Pardo is best known as the "rock star car designer" responsible for the 2005 and 2006 Ford GT. In the automotive world, that makes him a hero. For the rest of Detroit, he's known as that car guy, and sometimes fashion designer, with the racing jacket who's thrown epic parties in his downtown spot before downtown was a destination for cereal milk lattes.
Martha Reeves' office is in a house. A bedroom to be exact. During our interview, she is sitting at a small desk—a bed between us. Atop the bed, pages of a coloring book—a picture of the Eiffel Tower that, at first glance, looks like an original drawing. Ms. Reeves pulls out a giant tub of
NVIDIA, a company you likely never knew existed, is driving the future of transportation.
Distinguishing CPU from GPU
"Some describe the CPU as the brain of a computer and the GPU as the soul."
The acronym GPU means Graphics Processing Unit and became popularized by Silicon Valley based supplier NVIDIA in the
2020, Baby! NAIAS AKA The North American International Auto Show is moving into Gemini Season. Air sign. Talkative, social, and trendy. For those of you non-astrology buffs, that's the freshest part of Summer. The month of June is, by all rational standards, a better month to spend
Meet Detroit legend, Ann Delisi.
"I was at WDET from 1983-1995. That's where I learned radio, and I learned to be a broadcaster, and I learned as much as I could learn. I started out as a music librarian at this teeny, tiny desk, in the
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Graham A Parsons—not to be confused with Gram Parsons (RIP)—is a musician based out of Kalamazoo, Michigan. His band, the Go Rounds, just completed recording their fifth full length album with Chris Koltay of High Bias Recordings.
CV Henriette caught up with him over text, DII's preferred mode of interview.
Kevin Reynolds. Once dubbed the "New sound of Detroit Techno," by the BBC.
His parents were autoworkers and civil rights activists whose dedication to Detroit mirrors his—born in Hamtramck, with the exception of brief periods away, he's devoted his entire life to being a citizen of the city as passionately as he's pursued
Detroit seems to have been down this road before. Last month Ford a unveiled a mission to redevelop Detroit’s looming symbol to ruin porn, Michigan Central Station, a structure the city gained world renown for the recently coined term “urban exploration.” Could yet another plan breathe new life into decades of speculation
Infant mortality. Heart disease. Respiratory illness. Cancer. These killers are rampant in Detroit and other cities heavily impacted by pollution. How can a city so steeped in manufacturing make changes to its environmental health without sacrificing its economy?
The answer may surprise you. DII sat down