As noted here yesterday, I spent Wednesday in downtown Tulsa.
- The convention center is badly outdated and wireless Internet is non-existant. I suspect it’s easier to get a wireless signal in the mountains along the Afganistan-Pakistan border (it must be from all the posting those folks do online!)
- Getting around downtown Tulsa is a lot easier with the new wayfinding signage, designed, I believe, by the same folks who worked on downtown OKC’s signs. For some reason, I like Tulsa’s better. What do you think?
I also noted that property owners in downtown Tulsa seem to do more to let people know at street level what buildings they are passing – even if it involves a simple banner as shown below:
I’m still stunned by BOK Center. The area around it, however, is desolate.
Tulsa’s downtown garages also seem to have more character than most of what’s found in OKC: