Bullshit, Jackass, Cockwaffles: Mark, you and I should talk.
This apartment needs to be re-rented by Oct. 1! Thanks ahead of time for any/all help on this guys! :)
$2200/mo, no realtor fee. Utilities run about 30-60/mo total.
11th and Ave. B
It’s on 5th floor with elevator
roof access (great view!)
tons of light
windows in each room
renovated with bamboo floors
full-size bathroom + tub, 1 br slightly bigger than other
both can fit full beds+
winged bedrooms and comfy but not expansive living room
awesome blg. management company
large hall closet
4 blocks from L train 1st Ave stop also close to the F/V
3 blocks to post office and grocery store
1/3 a block from laundromat/dry cleaners
have your choice of grocery stores around tons of awesome bars and shops!
1.5 blocks from Tompkins Sq. Park.
I lived here for 2 years — it is a really cute, awesome place!
Contact Igor at 646.602.9777!!
David Carr, Washington Post to Staff Twitterers: Watch Your Mouth (via soupsoup)
Maybe I am overestimating the number of people who use AOL Instant Messenger but I feel like it has been underutilized as a device to do more than just send instant messages.
I’ve likely used it more than any other application since 1997.
It seems like a no brainer for it to be a hybrid instant messenger / microblogging app, not unlike tweetdeck.
I wonder why they haven’t done this already.
They’re doing this now.
Yes, this has been in the works for a while….
For Villard Trade Paperbacks, Jill Schwartzman has acquired OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES by Sam Hoffman with Eric Spiegelman, based on the very popular online video series and website of the same name (created by Sam Hoffman and produced by Jetpack Media, Tim Williams and Eric Spiegelman). The book will feature hilarious, irreverent, and sometimes bawdy jokes told by “old Jews” (both men and women, all over 60, including Ed Koch, Daniel Okrent, and Harry Macklowe), and the fascinating stories behind both the jokes and the tellers. A DVD of their first season was released 9/15 by First Run Features. The North American Rights book deal was negotiated by Kate Lee at ICM.
Congrats Eric! :)