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Site maps the commutes of Southern Californians

September 15, 2010 | 10:35 am

A screen capture of the interactive map, showing commuting patterns to the 90046 zip code.
Commuter data map:
Good Magazine points out an interactive map by Karry Kao that lets users track who commutes to and from just about any ZIP Code in the nation. The Los Angeles data is pretty interesting:

You can find out, for example, where people from your zip code commute. Or who commutes into your area. Fun!

Streetsblog selling ads: Streetsblog L.A. -- which has had some financial trouble recently -- has started taking ads on its website:

I'm sure that by now you've noticed the advertisement for Flying Pigeon L.A. that appeared on the website yesterday. Yes, after months of planning, L.A. Streetsblog is now advertiser-supported. This new revenue stream will allow Streetsblog to continue publishing in Los Angeles without financial support from New York…

Rosendahl meeting on homeless: LAist reports City Councilman Bill Rosendahl will hold a public meeting to address vehicle dwellers in residential Venice:

Rosendahl will moderate the meeting and take questions from the audience. Also in attendance will be the LAPD, City Attorney's Office, LADOT and the L.A. Homeless Services Authority.

-- Anthony Pesce

Are you a local blogger? Do you want to make a pitch for Linking L.A.? Contact Times Web producer Anthony Pesce.

Photo: A screen capture of the interactive map, showing commuting patterns to the 90046 ZIP Code.

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