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November 8, 2012
wnyc:

The subway comes back, in GIF. 
datanews:

Since Sandy left town, we’ve been downloading MTA subway-recovery maps to feed WNYC’s Changing Trains map. Our Steve Melendez put them together in a time-lapse GIF. Click through to the full-size image.


Great graphic — one that shows the speed of the recovery. 

wnyc:

The subway comes back, in GIF. 

datanews:

Since Sandy left town, we’ve been downloading MTA subway-recovery maps to feed WNYC’s Changing Trains map. Our Steve Melendez put them together in a time-lapse GIF. Click through to the full-size image.

Great graphic — one that shows the speed of the recovery. 

13:33 // 1 year ago
January 21, 2011

The dudes’ point? Any bastard can make a formulaic hit song with a little bit of knowledge of what they’re doing, and we let them do it. Dave Wallace and Dan Bennett (known as Transit) put together the kind of “Top 40”-like pop tune that would get played in the clubs. Well, that is, if they wanted their tunes to name-drop Jamie Lee Curtis for no particular reason. It took them so little time that they took a couple hours off to grab burgers and come back. The goodness starts at 6:05. The track can be ganked over here. source

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20:34 // 3 years ago