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    Published on 25 Feb 2013 6:00 AM
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    1. Humor
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    Planners love blue shirts, car brands that begin with the letter "s", capitalizing random Nouns, and Sharpies. Planners also eschew laser pointers, and point the old fashioned way, as this Tumblr shows ...
    Published on 22 Feb 2013 6:00 AM
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    1. Information Technology
    2. Transportation
    3. Urban Design
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    StreetMix is an interactive Web-based street cross-section builder, created as a labs project by a group of 2013 Code for America fellows. ...
    Published on 18 Jun 2012 6:00 AM
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    1. Land Use and Zoning
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    Buffalo, New York has what may be the oldest zoning code in the United States; it was adopted in 1950. The city is in the process of replacing its outdated land use regulations with the Buffalo Green Code, soon joining Denver and Miami as major cities with form-based zoning codes. Unlike the old zoning code, which attempted to separate uses and impose a suburban model to address post-War urban ills, the Green Code respects Buffalo's dense, walkable, mixed-use built environment. ...
    Published on 11 Jun 2012 6:00 AM
    Categories:
    1. Demographics
    2. History and Preservation
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    In 1943, four newspapers published a New York City Market Analysis, which offered a window into New York's neighborhoods of that era. The Analysis provides hundreds of photos and color-coded maps, statistics, and short narratives about neighborhoods across the city. The Center for Urban Research at the CUNY Graduate Center made the 1943 profiles available to provide context for the recently released 1940 Census records and to offer a research aid to historians and anyone else interested in learning more about New York from the 1940s. ...
    Published on 06 Jun 2012 6:00 AM
    Categories:
    1. Urban Design
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    The Seaside Research Portal at the Notre Dame School of Architecture includes historic documents and interactive maps that show the evolution of Seaside from a concept to the iconic development that would spark the New Urbanism movement.

    The site provides an academic and thorough resource to study the history, design, plan, code, and architecture of Seaside. It also functions and a virtual archive. The project is comprised of the archives from Seaside, plan and code documents provided by Duany, Plater-Zyberk and Company, and archival material from the architects who built Seaside. ...

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