By Felix Salmon
December 30, 2010

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NYC should have declared, but didn’t declare, a snow emergency: “if they said we were getting a blizzard, it was a no-brainer.” — NYT

Not often you see companies moving away from Delaware — NYT

Delaney and Grim on the erosion of the social safety net — HuffPo

FT Tilt is live, and it even has a manifesto of sorts — Tilt

Paul Allen isn’t giving up with his patent-trolling — Seattle Times

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Yo, Felix, my crumbling suburb
( 10/11/30/does-more-economic-activity-mea n-more-driving/ )
not only gets the snow plowed, but has some really nice bike trails ( info.php?trail=113 )

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