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Thanks to Anil Makhijani, the Open Planning Project’s crack web developer, it’s now a whole lot easier to print a Streetsblog story. Click the little printer icon below. You’ll get a web page formatted 8.5 x 11 with all of the links annotated at the bottom as footnotes. Check it out.

  • ms nomer

    Sweet – thanks, Anil!

  • awesome… now we’re saving streets AND trees. great work.

  • Actually, most of the credit for this feature goes to Lester Chan. I did, however, adapt his plugin to make it more Streetsblog friendly.

  • Note that we’re also using another one of Lester’s plugins to power the “email this” functionality.

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