I have mixed feelings about all this. Been there too many times. Felt the worry, seen the damage, experienced it on a level that closely resembles fascination, the morbid kind, but always with a small part of my brain remaining the cold, objective observer that just thinks: “Is this what the final dive down feels…Details
Well this has been a big week in the digital world. First it was the mammoth-size move and giant leap of Google buying Motorola. And just yesterday, another mammoth, having survived and even thrived through the short computer millennium, resigned. The charismatic Steve Jobs has stepped down as CEO of Apple. The tech community’s reaction…Details
It would appear today’s tremor was felt very strongly in parts of NYC. With an epicenter located somewhere in Virginia and ranking a respectable 5.9 on the infamous Richter scale, this one never even registered on my own radar as I was on the phone with a French interlocuteur from my office in Chelsea. But…Details
Secret location, select crowd, cool party, stunning storm. Sadly, I only had my Android phone for a camera. Here are the snapshots. Indulge me.
Once a year, the Giglio street festival spreads over a few Williamsburg streets. Not everything there really speaks of Italy, rides are rides, after all. But the sausage was good and the many sweets, sweet. A man sold cigars, too. Sweet Similar posts: Italia in Brooklyn Insignificant Brooklyn Street Stories Wall Street, the Unlikely Neighborhood…Details
So you leave steaming Manhattan behind, you travel underground, eastbound on the MTA grid, you hop off a subway, climb up to daylight at a major Brooklyn terminal, catch a real double decker train with real windows onto real views of the suburbs, keep traveling east while standing in the isle of a packed upper deck…Details