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John Surico
Writing on cities & complexities. Words: ; ; , et al. Prof/alum, . Research fellow, . Say oi: jsurico15@gmail.
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John Surico May 16
Replying to @shannongsims
Vatapá!!!
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John Surico May 16
I can’t believe he’s driving around in a SUV in the campaign launch video!!!
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John Surico May 16
Replying to @dahvnyc
Congrats David!
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John Surico May 16
Replying to @JohnSurico
But also the presidency is different than the mayoralty! By many, many measures!
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Angela Almeida May 15
Replying to @danqdao
Sony ICD-PX333 recorder (refurb!), InqScribe (transcriptions; there is a free version), iPhone external battery (Anker; saved my ass), Toolbox for Pages (fancy CVs), comfy, nice-ish sneakers so you can survive in the field; instant coffee packs for when you just can't any more.
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John Surico May 16
As someone who remembers being the only reporter at some de Blasio campaign stops in summer 2013, while everyone was busy covering Weiner and Quinn, this is all I’ve been thinking about today.
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John Surico May 15
Apologies!
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John Surico May 15
Wrote a nice fun profile of the great Jay Majors for about his rise, and style as a burgeoning industry for entrepreneurs.
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Center for an Urban Future May 14
“The city ought to be doing so much more than it is to fund the library infrastructure needs,” — CUF's in 's great article looking into the capital needs of libraries across NYC. Check out our most recent research on this issue:
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John Surico May 15
This from the profile of is A+.
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John Surico May 15
But also for a city with a massive public transit system!
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John Surico May 15
Clinton 48%, Trump 46%
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John Surico May 15
This is a big part of curriculum in the Netherlands, where cycling is life. Glad to see it finally in New York, the closest (and still far) thing to Amsterdam we've got here in America.
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John Surico May 15
This page from the cycling report is fascinating — it shows just how massive cycling has become in NYC, but also, just how much is at stake here.
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Center for an Urban Future May 15
Important research. Hoping that takes note. As we've noted, CUNY's community colleges award only about 100 academic certificates per year.
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Aaron W. Gordon May 15
It can't be overstated how much Cuomo's Enhanced Station Initiative—which boasted of digital screens, leaning benches, and USB ports—accelerated a push by activists to force the MTA to abide by the law.
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Caitlin Pearce May 15
Two years ago today the law went into effect in NYC. We had a big party! Since then it has helped freelancers recover nearly $1 million in unpaid invoices.
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John Surico May 14
Interesting nugget from this initial post-slowdown survey: a ton of New Yorkers have jumped to FHVs and bikes, much more than expected for both.
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John Surico May 14
today's stats : 17 new followers, 7 new unfollowers, 2402 non-followers. found via
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John Surico May 10
Runs for mayor on single-issue platform of banning all really loud motorcycles in NYC. —> Wins in landslide election.
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