Non-Convention Web Wrap
August 29th, 2008

  • Powderly, now free, recounts his time in Chinese custody.
    (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Proposals to remove urban highways in the metro region.
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • Times’ endorsements for judgeships.
    (New York Times)
  • Video of health commissioner speaking about reducing smoking.
  • Surrogate Court candidates pledge reform.
    (Judicial Reports)
  • Why city’s third try with tidal power is good news for US.
    (Business Week)
  • Five things you can do to conserve energy and resources.
    (Green Brooklyn)
  • Chair of Time Warner says (again) he isn’t running for mayor.
  • State law allows more job flexibility for reporters and anchors.
    (Broadcasting and Cable)
  • Four year report on city’s graduation rates.
  • Most startups in city receive funding since ’01.
    (Wall Street Journal via NYConvergance)
  • The Board of Elections’ baffling logic.
  • Hope for a pro-consumer Public Service Commission?
    (PULP blog)
  • Smart para-transit: A new vision for urban transportation.
  • Brooklyn Sen. Kevin Parker in pro-Obama video:

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