SEATTLETRANSITBLOG.COM -- Nodes and Places - a look at why you'd design the space around transit spaces differently based on where they are. (Though I'd still like to see all transit stops be both, personally.)
LIFEHACKER.COM -- Store your board games by displaying them as art - clever idea. Though seems like you'd be spending a lot on custom framing and still need a place to store all the pieces. Still, could look kinda cool in a game room.
BOSTON.COM -- If a picture is worth 1,000 words, this is the site.
SEATTLETRANSITBLOG.COM -- A great piece on addressing bus violence in Seattle with advice for everyone. Well, except the losers perpetuating the violence.
EMAILEXPERIENCE.ORG -- Yikes. Facebook apps now want your email address so they can spam you. And they'll undoubtedly use all their same tricks to con you into agreeing to give it to them.
WIRED.COM -- To be successful, airlines need to align with rail to provide more options while eliminating silly short-haul flights that are unnecessarily clogging the airports.
MSNBC.COM -- American to charge $15 for 5 minutes' use of bathroom - No, not really. But when they do, you saw it here first.
DAILYTELEGRAPH.CO.UK -- Twins learn of their brother's death via Facebook before the police have a chance to notify them. On their birthday.
ORPHANROAD.COM -- Some early April Fools suggestions for the Link "Next Stop" signs
MASHABLE.COM -- Pranksters attach a GPS device to a Google Street car