The Untapped Web Bites are editor picks of the best online reads of the week from each of our cities and the most Untapped places across the globe.



Quite possibly one of the greatest integrations: social media, food trucks and interactive maps! [Gothamist]

Unbelievable violence results from a (not so) ordinary parking space scuffle. [LA Times]

New York is half way towards its goal of one million trees, but what about after it reaches the one million mark? [NY Times]



Area Surfing Scene: World’s Best Surfers Compete at Ocean Beach. [7×7]



Paris metro stations in pictogram form by illustrator Kleloub. [Welinga]

The “Sliver by the River” that escaped Katrina flooding actually lost population in the past ten years. [NOLA]

The 1929 creation of the po-boy gets featured on the Times-Picayune’s look through their history. [NOLA]



New exhibition launched showcasing 360 sketches immortalizing Singapore’s urban hotspots. [Asia One]



Rethink your trash: giant styrofoam robots invade Germany. [Inhabitat]

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