November’s Top Posts

I’m a few days late, but here are my top posts in order of unique page views from November 2011. Overall, I had 2,017  visitors and 8,053 page views, a slight decrease from October.  Nevertheless, I’m happy that anybody is still reading given that it has been a while since I’ve written anything substantive here. I have been pretty busy managing the PlaceSpeak blog and contributing to Spacing Vancouver.

Links in bold are new posts written during November.  All others are from my archives.

A winning entry in the re:CONNECT competition

One of the re:CONNECT winning entries

  1. 6 TEDx Talks on Cities
  2. Urban Fabric: The Form of Cities
  3. 5 of the Best Urban Infographics
  4. Friday 5: TED Talks for Urbanists
  5. Is Downtown Phoenix a Recession Ghost Town?
  6. What is Genius Loci?
  7. How to Date an Urban Planner
  8. A Brief History of Urbanism in North America: 1800s
  9. Vote for re:Visualized Versions of Vancouver’s Viaducts
  10. Bike Lanes, Vancouver Style [Weekend Watch]
Did you catch-all of these posts the first time around?
If not, here’s your chance to read what others have found most interesting over the past month.
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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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