The Web, Wrapped Up
September 19th, 2008

  • Council resolution to ask Feds to open spectrum called “white space.”
    (Broadband Advisory Committee)
  • New York ties Nebraska for 18th place in web-savvy state rankings.
    (Center for Digital Government)
  • Catsimatidis interviewed for ‘Secrets Of The Self-Made.’
    (Forbes)
  • More building shouldnt mean more deaths.
    (City Journal)
  • A plea to rekindle Astroland negotiations.
    (Municipal Arts Society)
  • Makers of new ratings technology accused of lying at City Council hearing.
    (Radio Ink via NYConvergence)
  • Growth in truck traffic should increase support for freights.
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • NYCLU educates New Yorkers with criminal records of their voting rights.
    (The Albany Project)
  • Rethinking the bodega.
    (Next American City)
  • Judges must police the police.
    (Judicial Reports)
  • First school certified by the Green Schools opens doors.
    (greenbuildingsNYC)
  • Today parks will replace a number of parking spaces.
    (Park(ing) Day NYC)
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