Weekly Web Wrap
March 27th, 2009

  • New York Library Looks To Business Intelligence Software For Help
    (Information Week)
  • The MTA: Finally, Someone Mentions Pensions
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • Will MTA Rescue Morph Into Statewide Repair Plan?
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • MTA Fare Hikes Dont Even Solve the Budget Crisis
    (DMI Blog)
  • 56 New York City Nonprofits to Follow on Twitter
    (Idealist in NYC)
  • Meet Your Neighborhood Parole Officer
    (Re-Thinking Reentry)
  • Details on Applying for Green Infrastructure Stimulus Funds
  • How To Use Privately Owned Public Space
    (Design Trust for Public Space)
  • Obama’s Urban Opportunity
    (Mother Jones)
  • Jim Crow Laws of the 21st Century: New York Drug Laws
    (Huffington Post)
  • New Verizon Local Cable Channel Coming to City
    (Wall Street Journal via NYConvergence)
  • Gotbaum: End Costly, Temporary Homeless Shelter Program
    (Public Advocate’s Corner)
  • New York’s ‘Slaughtered Neighborhoods’
    (TomDispatch via Planetizen)
  • Inside New York’s Underground Poker Scene
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