Monthly Archives: December 2010

New York is on the brink of a data revolution, but will it help the average Joe?

In a dilapidated office on the edge of Chinatown, a group of geeks was plotting a revolution. It will be a quiet revolution, when it comes, but it could change the way New York City and the state are run. … Continue reading

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Podcast: The Religious Left

  As promised yesterday in class, here’s my first attempt at creating a podcast, posted to my tumblr page. It’s deliberately informal, and would have ideally been one in a series.  I like large sample sizes. Related: Religion Dispatches – most … Continue reading

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