Weekly Link Round Up


Photo by NR Flickr user Jaime Fernandez. The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue.

Making the Cut: Decora [Chronogram]
How We Design Inequality [Metropolis]
Long-neglected Newburgh streets getting repaved [THR]
Warning: No illegal dumping in Newburgh [Mid Hudson News]
Volunteerism at the Crawford House: Leveling the Bluestone Path [NHS]
Social Media Does Not Belong at Our History Organizations? [HV Blogs]
New Audi team drives forward cooperation with cities [Audi]

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One Comment

  • So everyone lives in a comfy abode…then what? There is more than enough $s printed every month to accomplish this just by instituting a minor shift in its allocation. Have you solved the inequality issues? Not. Why scratch at the surface of the issue? Despite its abundance of factoids, the report still managed to break stride with the ad hominem discourse. ‘Best to pick your basis, then ask ‘How THEY Design Economic Inequality’… http://postimg.org/image/jkr0f7hht/ …hint: a diminishing return such as this doesn’t occur by happenstance. All else, I suggest the authors tap into Decora’s mindset to gain some insight toward addressing the other issues of inequality.