Weekly Web Wrap
September 4th, 2009

  • Making a Labor/Environment Coalition Work
    (The Sallan Foundation)
  • Verizon Service Quality Lags
    (PULP Blog)
  • Making Open Data a Priority at the MTA
    (Urban Omnibus)
  • A First Step in Cataloging the City’s Databases
    (Campaign for .nyc)
  • Bloomberg Shorting Mass Transit
    (DMI Blog)
  • PropertyShark Launches Crime Maps
    (Curbed)
  • de Blasio Site Offers Crowdsourced Slumlord Map
    (Brownstoner)
  • Should the City Have Cleaned the Highline Graffiti?
    (iHeart)
  • Gawker Traffic Beats LA Times
    (Business Insider via NYConvergence)
  • Citywide Carnival of Flip Flopping Candidates on Atlantic Yards
    (No Land Grab)
  • Toll Hikes Won’t Save the City’s Bridges and Tunnels
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • When an Election Lawyer’s Campaign Work is a Donation
    (City Hall)
  • MTA Takes Proposals on WiFi in Subways
    (Information Week)
  • Paid Sick Days Will Help Stop Swine Flu
    (Huffington Post)
  • Should Economic Development be Region-by- Region Instead of Statewide?
    (Governing Magazine)
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