Weekly Web Wrap
September 18th, 2009

  • High Line Uses Wood from Rainforests
    (The Indypendent)
  • New Public School to have Video Game-Based Curriculum
    (Metropolis)
  • City Prepares for Rising Seas
    (Yale Environment 360)
  • New York Second Biggest Hub for Tech Innovators
    (InformationWeek via NYConvergence)
  • Why Charter Schools are Proliferating
    (The Chalkboard)
  • Atlantic Yards Rendering, Featuring Congestion
    (Atlantic Yards Report)
  • Smoke-Free Planet
    (Slate)
  • Conflux Festival Begins
    (WNYC Culture)
  • Working Families Party Builds Progressive Power
    (The Nation)
  • Councilmember-elect Lander Criticizes Atlantic Yards Approval
    (No Land Grab)
  • Council Targets Roaming Tour Buses
    (Streetsblog)
  • Albany Tax Receipts Continue to Shrink
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • ‘Make History’ Gathers 9/11 Stories
    (Core77)
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    One Response to “Weekly Web Wrap”

    1. Kasandra Grossi Says:
      July 21st, 2010 at 11:47 am

      Thanks so much for the information! I will be getting my Inspiron 1720 soon : )

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