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Weekly Web Under Wraps
October 10th, 2008

  • A special education teacher helps create a charter school.
    (Lesson Plans)
  • State recommends policies for standardized electronic health info sharing.
    (Modern Healthcare via Fierce Health IT)
  • Comparing ’80s subway graffiti to the new whole car advertisements.
    (Anti-Advertising Agency)
  • A look at the renovation of the Bronx Zoo Lion House.
    (Architect Magazine)
  • Wall Street Journal lays off online editors.
    (Fine on Media)
  • Time Warner asks for price deregulation due to Verizon FiOS.
    (Multichannel News via NYConvergence)
  • State ranks 6th in energy efficiency.
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • But it ranks 16th in campaign disclosure.
    (Campaign Disclosure Project via
  • Rep. Carolyn Maloney takes some lumps on her financial reputation.
    (Serf City)
  • Banana republic fever? Nah, Bloombergism sounds better.
  • What if it was Bush asking for a third term?
    (Brooklyn Optimist)
  • “The ‘Indispensable’ Mayors” cartoon.
    (Matt Davies)
  • Manhattan Institute’s new state budget blog.
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • The Health Department starts blogging, too.
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