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.

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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