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Real Reason Navigating Boston Is So Difficult; More!

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BOSTON—You think it's the layers of history that make navigating our aged city so difficult. "But a scientist and data visualizer in Portland, Ore., may have identified another reason why driving, cycling, or walking in Boston can be so mystifying: streets' lack of orientation to north, south, east, and west." [Starts & Stops]
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CAMBRIDGE—The Social Computing Group at the MIT Media Lab are crafting nifty maps of various cities' various ecosystems. Here's one of the independent coffee shops in Cambridge. [You Are Here]