Stalled Sprawl, Mystery Attack Ads and Osama Calls for Action on Climate Change

Did you ever want to live inside a transistor radio? Check out Alan Taylor’s striking aerial photos of stalled sprawl projects in Southwest Florida at Boston.com’s The Big Picture. via the NRDC’s Kaid Benfield.

The creepy, chilling outcome of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision: Oregon Democrat Peter DeFazio tries to figure out who is behind sophisticated and mysterious political attack ads. (All Things Considered)

This probably doesn’t help to move things along in the U.S. Senate: Osama bin Laden calls for action on climate change. (Reuters)

Automobile dependence is a crushing financial burden for America’s poor and increasingly unsustainable for the middle class. (The Lutz Sisters)

I’m kind of sorry I’m not in San Francisco attending “the largest interdisciplinary gathering of individuals and institutions at the intersection of money and meaning.” (SOCAP10)

Here’s the best video yet of the Park Slope Tornado, filmed at the intersection of 7th Avenue and 9th Street where the plate glass windows of the Brooklyn Industries store shattered. (YouTube)

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