Monday What's on the Web: Extraordinary Observations

Every Monday I highlight other bloggers or web contributors who are making important or interesting contributions to climate, sustainability, transportation or market transformation. Check back each week for another installment.
Extraordinary Observations is a blog maintained by one of my fellow DC area bloggers named Rob Pitingolo.  He moved to Arlington, Virginia from Cleveland in mid-2010 after graduating from John Carroll University with a degree in Economics. He writes about issues of urbanism, economics, transportation and politics at his blog.  He also occasionally contributes to Greater Greater Washington.

I like his posts because they tend to be short and pithy and make an interesting ("extraordinary" might be a stretch, but--hey--a little hyperbole never hurt anyone) observation.  It's like a little piece of think candy in your day.  Some recent posts include:
Check it out.  You're sure to find a post or two you like.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Steve - thanks for the shout-out. I created the blog name "Extraordinary Observations" a long time ago, when I started blogging back in high school. I guess I never really got around to changing it, since it's typically easier just to keep things the way they are.