PittsburghToday Featured

John Craig's PittsburghTODAY "regional indicators" project got a nice boost in this morning's Post-Gazette, with coverage of a presentation that John and Paul O'Neill made to the Pittsburgh Technology Council. I've had a link to the project itself on the blogroll (left) for some time. I just added a link to the PittsburghTODAY blog.

John and PittsburghTODAY are quite explicit about something that the P-G's coverage leaves ambiguous. This is a project about the Pittsburgh region, not a project about the city of Pittsburgh. Click here for an introduction to their various definitions of the Pittsburgh "region," the broadest of which includes parts of West Virginia and Ohio.

Link to the PittsburghToday, the regional indicators project.

Link to the PittsburghToday blog.


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