I love a good sale and clearance,
but what's going on at Marshalls?
for e05.com, mostly from China (and in Chinese.)
Looks like I've found out why.
TLD Investors has published a story on 3 character domain sales. Here
Sorry, guys. Domain is in use.
From the pages of the NY Post:
Welcome to 21st Century Ponzi Scheme, Bitcoin
Natural is In (To Each His Own)
"Below the Bikini Line, a Growing Trend"
Verrrry interesting article in NY Times. Read now
Does Armani know how to put on a show, or what?
$8 Million Giorgio Armani Fashion Show
Bloomberg Administration and the Future of East Midtown
The city defines East Midtown as the area between
Second and Fifth avenues and 39th street and 57th street.
Every inch of it is prime real estate. Read more.
to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins University. Read more
Good to see stuff like this on products.
"Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in USA"
Thinking about buying that already registered domain?
It maybe too late. That ship is about to sail.
Domain King is making people think twice
before parting with their most prized assets.
"This GREAT Domain Name
May be Available for
Joint Ventures or Lease.
Click here to inquire." Read more.
The First Family
An African-American family in the White House.
Guess what, producer Byron Allen
made it a sit-com.
UPDATE - All Things Being Equal
New from NBC, 1600 PENN
From the Looks Department > Beauty comes in all sizes . . .
Overweight News Anchor Takes Fat-Shaming Bully to Task on Air
Political campaigns and domains
Politics and the next four years Read more
Many cab drivers reside in
Brighton Beach, so this ad
to lease a taxi medallion
is well placed by the
elevated subway line.
When they sell for $800,000+
I guess $3,000 a month is
a pretty good deal.
FYI: Did you know that
one man owns nearly 200 taxi medallions?
Laundry day is now
better and cheaper.
The wash no longer comes
out dirtier than when
it went in.
Cleanest machines can be
found here. Let's keep it
that way.(Find it yourself.)
Recent visitors to the
Fan Cave on lower Broadway
Met 2nd baseman Daniel Murphy
You know there's not one McDonald's on
McDonald Avenue in Brooklyn.
However, many church's on Church Avenue.
I'm not lovin' it.
On the Waterfront: NY Daily News reports ...
Queens Waterfront to Get Pedestrian & Cycle Path
Sunday New York Times
April 1, 2012, Page RE6 (NY print edition)
One of my favorite neighborhoods.
Living In: The Flatiron District
It's called "backbranding."
Are You Missing the Domain Boat
To Get the Joke, Gotta Pay
It worked with downloading music,
why not laughs?
Internet Empowers Comedians
NFL Pop-Up Shop Coming to Manhattan
April 2nd, for one month only.
Located across the street from Bryant Park
between 41st street and 42nd street.
Lower Broadway is booming.
It's NYCís third most profitable retail district
fetching over $600 per square foot...
Lord and Taylor Names $10,000 Winner in
Student Stylist Competition
The New York Times does a nice
block by block feature on West 58th Street
in the Sunday real estate section.
NYT February 21, 2012
"...the value of simple, easily understood brand names has escalated in the Internet era because consumers are more likely to find such products while doing searches on the Web."
Starting Monday February 6th,
Food Trucks Come to North End Avenue
investment clothes. .........
investment clothes, [meaning] expensive things that would last
and could be worn for special occasions year after year."
and just got around to thumbing thru it.
in action, and they're not dotCOMs.
Where were these pictures taken?
How about midtown Manhattan.
"If you can make it here,
you can make it anywhere."
(As the old song goes.)
Yes, there is a world beyond the COM.
Who's Buying Up the City?
Last month it was WaterStreet.com. (see below)
Then in December FirstAvenue.com sold for $25,000 at Afternic.
Forget about Wall Street, How about Water Street?
According to the information posted on his web site,
Frank Schilling sold waterstreet.com on November 7th, 2011
for a price tag north of $50,000.
The Salvation Army Rocks!
These guys put on a great show
by Penn Plaza outside the Garden.
DONATE, It feels good.
They're more common then you think.
Woman enters elevator at 285 Madison Avenue
and her life ends.
From the pages of the NYPost:
Elevator kills 41 year old ad woman.
From the pages of the NYT:
...a Future Rises on the Far West Side
You can sell almost anything to the
American public, well some of them.
Looks like one ad man figured that out.
The Branding of the Occupy Movement
From the pages of the NYDailyNews:
QnsNY: Part Race Track, Part Casino
Aqueduct Racino Opens in Queens
Here's a reminder that schools will be opening soon.