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This page is no longer kept up to date. Here was a preliminary list of sites that linked to us when we first started:

PLANetizen Radar
Monitors and provides up-to-date, syndicated information from planning-related weblogs and other sites

Uneasy Rhetoric
This weblog is about language, politics, Sacramento, and whatever else interests John at the moment. Call it a progressive blog. Apparently we interested John for a moment!

Get in the Sac
All about Sacramento and blogs

joemoraca’s blog | Sarasota Livin’
A great weblog about enhancing the quality of life in Sarasota, FL. Also the first site to quote us (at least that we know of!)

Rockstar Leadership Solutions
A site created by a productivity consultant that assists others with motivational skills. Also, perhaps the only place in the world where Eric Fredericks is listed as a rockstar, albeit a “Blogging Rockstar” (Thanks for the compliments, Max)

Sacramento Top 25 Sites
Pretty much what it says, check it out

Reverse Zone
A weblog dedicated to urban planning and technology

Planners For Tomorrow
Planners for Tomorrow (P4T) is a year-long, internet-supported dialogue that will result in a two-day forum at the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) June 14-16, 2006

The webpage for the Urban and Regional Planning Student Association at Michigan State University

treehugger is the definitive, modern yet green lifestyle filter. It will help you improve your course, yet still maintain your aesthetic. We are a bunch of tree huggers here as well…

Bean Rocket Feed Seed
News reader for RSS and Atom feeds

Retro Thing
The independent guide to retro technology

Several users have bookmarked us on this social bookmarks manager

dmoz Open Directory Project
dmoz is the largest, most comprehensive human-edited directory of the Web

the greener side
A weblog that relates to everything sustainable… or green

Quinta Do Sargaçal
Fauna, flora, agricultura biological e outras particularidades do local e da nossa experiência. Walkable Neighborhood um site dedicado aos autarcas portugueses. Sim.

TXP Magazine
TXP Magazine is an e-zine written for and by the community of Textpattern users. Textpattern software is the power behind our website

A resource for eco-friendly and sustainable parenting. Cool concept!

Bob’s Home Page
Bob, the techie guy from Alberta!

urban eco
Eco friendly products and weblog for city dwellers. Check out their interesting bio

A weblog discussion on how to make Atlanta better. If Michael Wall was elected Mayor of Atlanta, he would encourage new urbanist designs and walkable neighborhoods

We are honored to have this newsfeed site select us as one of 15,000 blogs they have chosen to syndicate. This does not sound that impressive until you consider that Technorati tracks over 21.5 million blogs

Planning Livable Communities
A great weblog and an inspiration for this site. Dedicated to many of the same ideals as Walkable Neighborhoods, but with a more general scope

The Orange Empire of Southern California
An informal web site for the Riverside – San Bernardino – Ontario metropolitan region of Southern California with an emphasis toward local planning-related news

A Wes Clark Democrat
A collaborative online publishing project of grassroots supporters of Wesley Clark, a 2004 Democratic Presidential Primary Candidate. Also includes a list of links to sustainability-related sites

Seattle’s Rain City Real Estate Guide
Anna, husband Dustin, and a group of dedicated real estate professionals (agents, mortgage brokers, lawyers, and others) explore the Seattle real estate market. Dustin is also a transportation planner in his spare time

The Leviathan and the Behemoth
A daily weblog of an urban planner who is helping out with the neighborhood planning work for the communities devastated by Hurricane Katrina

Postcards from Sacramento
Where Maya whines about the state of the world in general, and her life in particular

Tracy Davis’s Blog
Tracy is a member of the Northfield, Minnesota Planning Commission as well as on the Economic Development Authority Commission. Great to see a planning commissioner cognizant of the importance of walkable neighborhoods for seniors!

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