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Entries from January 31st, 2008

Important research from Forbes

January 31st, 2008 · Comments Off on Important research from Forbes · NYC

If you were considering coming to New York for a visit, or perhaps even thinking about moving here, Forbes has something to suggest: don’t. New York is the 4th most miserable city in the U.S. So unless you are coming from Detroit, Stockton or Flint (which are more miserable than New York), stay put or […]

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One good thing from Florida

January 30th, 2008 · Comments Off on One good thing from Florida · Politics

From Slate, a keen observation about Giuliani’s cratering in Florida: Rudy Giuliani finished a distant third in the state where he staked his entire campaign… (T)he message from Florida was that the more he met voters, the less they liked him. The more he campaigned, the more he went down in the polls. I’m glad […]

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On the mend

January 28th, 2008 · Comments Off on On the mend · Funny, Gaming, Internet, Sundry

I’m sick, so go play somewhere else. Here’s some ideas: Idiot Toys for gadget snark at its best. You can never go wrong with either Penny Arcade or VG Cats for your game-related web comics. Wonderland offers enjoyable and off-beat gaming commentary. And if you are just looking for chuckles, Matt at Defective Yeti delivers […]

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Executive Corporate Planning and Policy simulator (desktop edition)

January 24th, 2008 · Comments Off on Executive Corporate Planning and Policy simulator (desktop edition) · Corporate Life, Funny

You can move them around all you want. It’s uncanny. I might get a third one, just so I can do more scenarios. Hopefully you work somewhere that follows a better methodology.

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The Local Web

January 23rd, 2008 · Comments Off on The Local Web · Internet, NYC

Snooping around the new EveryBlock NYC site for my ZIP code I learned a few things. My building management company is trying to be competitive by going after the “lifestyle market”. Apparently that’s the same market where you can ratchet up the rent the maximum amount allowed by law every year, unlike our previous management […]

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