Some stuff I'm reading this week...
Click on a point on the map on the right to set a starting point on your route. When you click on another point, the program will display the shortest subway route between those two points, including walking time on each end.
With over a dozen government-related APIs and government-related mashups there are a growing number of ways to get data from government sources and to learn more about what elected representatives are doing with your tax dollars.
This rocks! We suggested this to John Musser and the Sunlight Foundation peeps a while back. It looks awesome!
I look forward to continuing this very needed discussion because I still believe that coworking can work in Manhattan. We just need to be creative about how we make it happen. We need coworking to work in NYC.
His approach returns to the original meanings of 'wealth' and 'economics' as measures of human well-being, in which environmental quality and piano sonatas count -- along with earnings and investments.
"Genuine wealth takes inventory of all of the conditions of life that contribute to our individual and collective well-being," he says.
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