• The Paper of Record makes our existence official: we’re featured, at some length, on the New York Times’s Lens blog.
• Last Sunday’s Washington Post business section […]
Amazingly, New York City’s public-radio station WNYC has stayed on the air through the hurricane and the blackout. “The Leonard Lopate Show” is even sticking to its pre-storm schedule, and I’ll be on starting around 1 p.m. this Monday, November 5, talking about the book. Tune in if you can: In New […]
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- @grossdm Max Bialystok figured this out a long time ago. about 11 hours ago from Twitter for iPhone in reply to grossdm ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @TetGamesLtd "Instamatic" was a Kodak trademark, not Polaroid's. Different cameras, different company. 05:15:22 PM September 02, 2015 from Twitter Web Client in reply to TetGamesLtd ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @joro1 Aw, thanks. "Instamatic," though--ow. That's a Kodak trademark! The enemy. 05:13:50 PM September 02, 2015 from Twitter Web Client in reply to joro1 ReplyRetweetFavorite