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Solving New York's Traffic Problem

Charles Komanoff has figured out how to limit congestion in New York. Now he just has to get everyone on board the congestion pricing bus.

Government

New York City's Subway Savant

Benjamin Kabak's Second Avenue Sagas blog has New York's public-transportation system covered.

Science

The Bedbug King of New York

Entomologist Louis Sorkin, an expert on the urban parasites, tells Gelf why bedbugs love the Big Apple.

Books

A Personal Journey Through Parasites

Parasitologist Eugene Kaplan tells Gelf about his life among the bugs and worms that inspired What's Eating You?

Books

Shit Justin Halpern Says

By mining his dad's cantankerous ramblings for Tweet-sized maxims, Halpern has become an internet celebrity, a published author, and the brains behind a new CBS pilot starring William Shatner. He tells Gelf how it all happened.

Internet

Teaching Brands to Facebook

Self-described "Digital Influencer" Julia Roy brings social media to the corporate world.

Media

Miss En Abyme

Mediaite editor Glynnis MacNichol tells Gelf about getting caught up in the daily grind of covering the media scene.

Internet

Leader of the Jezzies

When Anna Holmes started Jezebel it was a small blog with an intimate community. Now, as one of Gawker Media's marquee names, the Jezzie-in-chief discusses the benefits and problems of expansion.

Internet

A User’s Guide To Not Getting Ripped Off

Ben Popken and The Consumerist harness the social web to empower shoppers and embarrass corporate bullies.

Science

Neanderthal Sculptor Do Job Good, Smash Conventions

Combining art, anatomy, and anthropology, the paleoartist Viktor Deak tries to explain hominid evolution to the public.

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