Here are some excerpts of my recent email interactions with the mighty Amazon support imbeciles regarding my Kindle app for Android. There was a known highlighting issue, forums were full of complaints about it, I figured I’d add my vote to pressure Amazon into correcting it. Here is part of the reply, the rest is all templates…Details
I did not see it this year. The crowds don’t appeal much, and I was working from home. Still. There’s something outrageously grandiose about Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. Below, one of Macy’s 2013 Christmas windows, portraying the parade. Hard to tell of course, but they are about 6 foot tall and 20 long. See my previous post for a street…Details
Three weeks ago, hurricane Sandy hit the city like a ton of bricks. A week later, it was a nasty nor’easter and the first snow fall of the year. Already weak in the crotch, pear trees gave up. Strike one Strike two But life goes on and I launched on yet another night run around…Details
Exactly two weeks after long inhibited category 1 hurricane Sandy unleashed her post-tropical moods on the Eastern Seaboard, much remains to be done in New York towards a complete recovery. So many still lack power and heat that the drama is wearing off and both media and public awareness are slowly drifting away from the crisis, their senses blunted by fifteen…Details
With power coming back to her Don Quichottesque giants in increments, Lower Manhattan goes to sleep on yet an another partially dark night, Monday November 5, 2012. Shot in HDR well after sunset from the Brooklyn Bridge Park. Patches of light emerging in Lower Manhattan Brooklyn (foremost) and Manhattan Bridges Classic Brooklyn Bridge Park view…Details
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