Did you know that NYTimes.com streamed live video of last night’s debate, right on the top of its home page? There was a full-screen option, too. Pretty cool stuff – even Gawker was impressed.
Also, check out our V.P. Debatinator – a mashup of video, transcript, and timeline from the debate.
I’m no stranger to neighborhood-envy, but it’s nice to hear some directed our way:
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I’m going to refer to my neighbors as “Smith Street whipsters (wealthy hipsters)”, unironically and with zero self-awareness, from now on.
Today, the a panel in NYC will decide on which of the 2 final designs will replace the World Trade Center. Libeskind has been everywhere, as Gawker points out… but it looks like the Think team will get the call. I’m glad, despite the tinkertoy latticework. Stay tuned…
UPDATE: Aw Hell no. Everyone spoke too soon… Libeskind Design Chosen for Rebuilding at Ground Zero (NY Times)
I just discovered, on a whim, that gawker does provide excepts via RSS 0.91, 1.0. Now I can know instantly when Elizabeth Spiers, Editor, attacks.