Bringing New York’s oysters back from near extinction; can uber help with L train shutdown?

Posted On Tue, September 6, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, September 6, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • The Environmental Protection Department is working to restore a self-sustaining oyster population in Jamaica Bay to improve water quality, protect the shoreline from erosion, and revive fish and wildlife habitats. [NYT]
  • Uber proposes temporary “rideshare” deregulation to deal with L train shutdown. [Politico]
  • The tong wars: how 1900s Chinatown descended into violence, bloodshed and savvy politics. [Post Magazine]
  • From overpasses to benches, how discrimination influences design. [Digg]
  • Photographer documents the post-Sandy trend in New Jersey of raising houses on stilts. [Wired]

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  • Rob Black

    Enron proposes “temporary deregulation” of US energy industry so that its (losing) business model could make sense. Come on, people aren’t that dumb to keep believing lying uber over and over again.

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