LibraryThing | Catalog your books online The social book website I’ve been waiting for.
Community Information Corps: Opportunity to get involved in post-Katrina research Scholar in New Orleans issues a call for help conducting research about race and inequality in the Katrina response. Peter Levine: “A Mild Protest” This is hilarious, and sad. What self-respecting activist turns up at an administration meeting to chastise them for failing to “encourage” […]
DCist: Introducing LastCall DCist launches SMS information service with Metro times, movie times, weather, music listings, and more.
Diamondback Online – Smile! They’re watching you The U. of Maryland maintains a network of security cameras on campus, which they use to monitor every part of campus and even “follow” people home late at night to deter crime.
Old Convention Center Redevelopment For DC. Why didn’t I know about this until now?
Sifry’s Alerts: State of the Blogosphere, April 2006 Part 2: On Language and Tagging Although the data is a bit hazy, Technorati thinks about 30% of blog posts are currently in english. A Work in Progress: The Reynolds Center Take a peek inside the Smithsonian American Art Museum which opens this July after a lengthy […]
washingtonpost.com: Best Bets 2006 The Washington Post’s annual reader poll often includes corporate chains as the “best” in a variety of categories. Outgrowing Jane Jacobs and Her New York – New York Times Column critiques Jane Jacobs and raises some interesting points. Although not focusing on race or inequality her book does include some ideas […]