Every weekday’s end, Extra, Extra collects just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
Two screenshots of Toronto Bike Map, which maps out bike-friendly routes—and, with GPS on, hunts for nearby ones.
- There’s a new little, free iPhone application for pinning down a bike route near you. Created by Mike Lin, Toronto Bike Map maps out bike lanes, sharrows, park roads, and other cyclist-friendly paths in the city. (Though Jarvis is conspicuously missing for now.) Meanwhile, Biking Toronto is asking their readers to vote on Toronto’s best bike lane.
- Speaking of Toronto maps, howsabout this baby quilt, made by the Brooklyn-based Haptic Lab?
- And Torontoist’s own Steve Kupferman is on a quest to visit and review every café on Bloor between Christie and Spadina over on his blog. So far, he’s been to seven. “The truth is that I don’t even like coffee that much,” he wrote in his introductory post back in April. “I just like sitting in places that serve it.”