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Weekly Web Wrap
July 9th, 2010

The Making of Manhattan’s Elite Welfare Farmers
(New York Press)
Federal Money for Transit Construction, but Not Operations
(Second Avenue Sagas)
Against Charter Mandated Budget Formulas for Some Agencies
(Citizen Budget Commission)
Class Size Matters Only When Teachers Do Everything
(The Innovative Educator)
Getting the Bureaucracy to Respond Through Tech
(Urban Omnibus)
Recommended Charter Reforms
(Pratt Center)
Negotiating Land Use
(DMI Blog)
Escape from Rising Sea Levels
(Inhabitat)
Census Bureau Education Finance Data Trends
(Room Eight)
Verizon’s 4G Wireless Tech to Launch in November
(GoingWIMAX.com via NYConvergence)
New York’s Global Place in Expensive Cities
(Forbes)

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One Response to “Weekly Web Wrap”

  1. Jessie @ Tucson 4G Wireless Says:
    January 21st, 2011 at 9:57 am

    Hello, just stopped by doing some research for my Tucson 4g website. Lots of information out there. Not what I was looking for, but good site. Have a good day.

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