Q. How can you turn $55 into $80 without trying?
A. Buy tickets through Ticketmaster.com.
I’ll spare the usual rant, but just FYI: A pair of $27.50 concert tickets are going to cost me $40 apiece (before shipping costs) when I buy them later today. Who’da thought I’d long for the days of the $3.50 convenience charge?
NYCbloggers.com tracks who blogs in New York and where they reside. Look for me on the 4 line, but email before you stop by; I’m not home much.
David Gallagher has compiled “a handy guide to some of the less famous ‘Spider-Man’ locations around Manhattan.”
In New York City, the Belt Parkway, a clogged interborough artery, bears the honorarium Leif Ericson Drive.
At the dinner reception for the Orthodox Jewish wedding, Amy leaned over as we were being served the main course.
“I dare you to ask for the kosher meal.”
“Yeah, it must suck designing for 300 monitor configurations.”
Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, you can buy my book in the UK. And Germany. And France (nudge nudge, Martin). And Japan! Dig it: “The Site Speaks For Itself” is ¥5753 on sale in Tokyo.
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