Longish-time reader, first-time poster here.
I thought you all might find this very useful. It's an interactive map that shows the median income of every U.S. neighborhood (i.e., Census Tract).
You can view it at http://www.RichBlocksPoorBlocks.com.
As a former Urban Planning student, this sort of data really helped me with my projects. I graduated over a year ago and have a good job now. Though I did read some helpful posts and links on this board, so I figured this site would be helpful to any planners who want quick access to this sort of economic info.
As an example, here's what the income map for Washington, D.C. looks like.
And if you all have any critiques or suggestions, just let me know.
One more thing: This site isn't red-green colorblind-friendly, but I'm (slowly) fixing this problem. It takes a bit of time to change the swatches, unfortunately...