April’s Top Posts

Here are my top posts in order of unique page views from April 2011. Overall, I had 1,869 visitors and 8,857 pageviews. This was a bit down from other months as I was preparing to move to Vancouver and was not able to post as often.

 Michael Levine removing layers of paint from the oldest remaining (and one of the most storied) warehouse in downtown Phoenix, the 1905 Phoenix Seed & Feed Capitol Warehouse.
  1. Urban Fabric: The Form of Cities
  2. A Brief History of Urbanism in North America: 1930-1939
  3. 9 Urbanism Fails
  4. Small and Cool in Phoenix?
  5. 11 Blogs for Urbanists
  6. CityScape: Suburbanizing Downtown Phoenix
  7. How I stack up on the ‘BBC’ Reading List
  8. Farewell Phoenix
  9. Revealing Phoenix’s History, Layer by Layer
  10. Urban Connectivity Leads to Urban Vitality

Did you catch-all of these posts the first time around? If not, here’s chance to read what others have found most interesting over the past month.

Is your favorite post in this list? Let me know in the comments section.

Yuri Artibise

Yuri Artibise is an experienced policy analyst, community engagement practitioner and social media specialist. I have a Master of Public Administration degree with over 10 years of public policy research, analysis, and advocacy experience.

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