Local Blogosphere Roundup: Mass transit, the internet, new mexican food chain, renewable energy
Could it be that El Paso's transit plans are superior to Albuquerque's?
The U.S. broadband infrastructure sucks, and, of course, of the states, New Mexico is doing more sucking than others.
Garduno's at risk of closure, one blogger encourages readers to support the local chain and their New Mexican fare.
Meanwhile, one person and their sweet tooth encourage a trip to Ecco Gelato.
Eye on Albuquerque turns it's eye to D.C., the Cash for Clunkers program and borrowing money to help people borrow money.
Those bastards at the utilities want to monopolize renewable energy too. They'd charge for sunshine and oxygen if they only could.