End of Week Web Wrap
January 23rd, 2009

  • Visualizing the City’s Population Density
    (Digital Urban)
  • Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Kirsten Gillibrand
    (The New Republic)
  • Gillibrand: Who Cares, Stop Whining, Organize!
    (Huffington Post)
  • Calculated Choice of Centrist to Replace Clinton
    (The Nation)
  • New York’s New Senator
    (The Brian Lehrer Show)
  • Study: Rats Prefer Manhattan’s Logical Street Grid
    (Science Daily via Planetizen)
  • New York’s Department of Veterans’ Affairs: Where’s the Outrage?
    (Huffington Post)
  • Out-of-State Amazon Must Pay New York Taxes
    (CFO.com)
  • Fire Department to Use Analytics Combining Several Agency Databases
    (GovTech.com)
  • City Ninth Most Broadband-Connected City
    (Forbes via NYConvergence)
  • A Short History of Atlantic Yards Orchestration
    (Atlantic Yards Watch)
  • The Nuances of Growth in the City’s Workforce
    (IBO Weblog)
  • Citys First Net Metered Commercial Solar Array Americas Biggest
    (greenbuldingsNYC)
  • New York Looses Disproportionate Number of Securities Industry Jobs
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • Bad Idea: Second Ave. Streetcar
    (DMI Blog)
  • Tighter Regulations for Distressed Property Consultants
    (New York City Council)
  • The Recession’s Impact on Black New Yorkers
    (Brian Lehrer Live)
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