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Susan Orlean on Blogs, Twitter and Writing
Susan Orlean. (Photo by Getty Images)
"I'm trying to remember what we did to procrastinate before Twitter," Susan Orlean tweeted yesterday. "Anyone?"
If you listened to her interview with the literary podcast All Write Already that came out the same day, you'd have her answer.
"All writers shou
A rendering of B2
Reporters, PR men and honchos from Forest City Ratner and modular manufacturer Skanska gathered today in the cold and considerable shadow of Barclay's Center to witness the hoisting into place of the first of the modular units in Atlantic Yards' B2 residential tower, which aims to
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio and his newly-appointed Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services today vowed to change the way the city treats its poor and to address the homeless crisis in a city where 22,000 children now live in shelters.
Mr. de Blasio began his announcement talking about Dasani, the
Business Insider, master of the slideshow, has signed a 20,646-square-foot sublease of the entire eighth floor at 150 Fifth Avenue, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The subtenant will pay rent in the low-$50s per square foot in a deal expiring in early 2018, according to data from Comp
Today’s Scuttlebot: The Year the ‘Stream’ Crested, and Celebrities Ride Lyft
Thursday's highlights from around the web include an argument about too much information being a bad thing. Plus, what happens when you put Ice Cube and Conan O'Brien into a Lyft car?