"New York family trades urban jungle for outback adventure"

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I was lucky enough to join them for part of their New Zealand travels. Today Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Blythe Moore profiles their journey with the aptly titled " New York family trades urban jungle for outback adventure."

I (heart) New York - again

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A few shots here so you can see New York in mid-July struttin' its stuff.   One named for the quintessential New Yorker. Tags: New York

Cheap Parking in New York

Michael Sampson - Currents

makes me smile every time I read it: " A Cowboy from Big Timber, Montana walked into a bank in New York City. The bank officer told him that the bank would need some form of security for the loan, so the Cowboy handed over the keys to a new Ferrari. The good ol' Montana boy replied, "Where else in New York City can I park my car for two weeks for only $23.07 I do like this story.

Humans of New York

Hildy Gottlieb

Nowhere is that more the case than with Humans of New York. I subscribe to their Facebook stream , which means that every hour or so, a new photo arrives, along with the story of the photo. Subscribe to Humans of New York. I’ve been hunkering down.

New York Times Visualization Lab

Portals and KM

Go and try the New York Times Visualization Lab , “where you can create visual representations of data and information using the " Many Eyes " technology from IBM Research.” This was a smart idea to put this proof of concept out through the New York Times. There are examples of visualizations that the New York Times created and examples done by people trying the tool.

My office in the New York Times

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I think I told you that I work at one of the greatest, most happening offices you could imagine, we are the people who don’t hate Mondays. Because we all own ourselves. And most of us own our own companies. Here is how it looks and how it fits into the budding entreprenneurial scene of DC. publications Uncategorized

My office in the New York Times

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I think I told you that I work at one of the greatest, most happening offices you could imagine, we are the people who don’t hate Mondays. Because we all own ourselves. And most of us own our own companies. Here is how it looks and how it fits into the budding entreprenneurial scene of DC. publications Uncategorized

A Newtonian (actually two) in New York (Times, with apologies to Sting)

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Jon, previously profiled here , gets the mention for his interview in The New Brooklyn Cookbook.   Tags: Food and Drink New York Pickles and ice cream. Two famous foodies from our hometown get shouted out in NY Times food section today: Jon Orren of Wheelhouse Pickles and Jennifer Dundas of Blue Marble Ice Cream , both for their association with our fave part of NY--Brooklyn.

New York Times Starts Wine and Film Clubs

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This even applies to traditional old guard papers as both The New York Times and The Wall Street  Journal have started wine businesses. " She adds that research showed Times readers had a "very strong affinity toward wine consumption and spending on wine," The  New York Times Wine Club , offers members a selection of wines at two price levels, $90 or $180 per six-bottle shipment. Here is the  New York Times Wine Club site. 

How CNN and The New York Times Moderate Comments

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » ChinesePod, the New York Times, and the future

Ken Carroll

Culture and TCFL » ChinesePod, the New York Times, and the future The subject of online language learning has been in the news, particularly since Live Mocha received funding some weeks ago. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0

The Human Behind Humans of New York

Leading Virtually

A little over a month ago, I had the opportunity to attend a talk at Cornell University by Brandon Stanton, the author of Humans of New York (HONY). A very eloquent speaker, Mr. Stanton kept his audience engaged with his stories of how he has interviewed thousands of people not only in New York City but across the world.

KM and a Christmas Tree Stand in New York City

Michelle Laurie

“This stand changes the neighbourhood.” “People stop and talk to each other.” . . These are some of the words I heard at a Christmas tree stand in the upper east side of Manhattan last week. The simple stand is a true symbol of knowledge sharing in this NY neighbourhood. .

Some Interesting Twitter Apps from New York Times

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The New York Times published an article, Putting Twitter’s World to Use , that had some interesting applications. For example, Corey Menscher, grad student at New York University, developed Kickbee, an elastic band with vibration sensors that his pregnant wife wore to alert Twitter each time baby kicked: “I kicked Mommy at 08:52 PM on Fri, Jan 2!”

Humans of New York: An Illustration of How IT is Affecting Leadership

Leading Virtually

It is that of Humans of New York (HONY) and its author, Brandon Stanton. Every day Mr. Stanton posts 3 to 4 pictures of individuals, young and old from different walks of life, whom he encounters when walking in the streets of New York.

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Key Takeaways from How CNN and The New York Times Moderate Comments

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A tree blooms in Brooklyn

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Tags: Gardening New York

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Reflective learning and metacognition Frank O’Hara style

Jenny Connected

Frank O’Hara is one of the New York School poets. Tagged: #modpo , Frank O''Hara , metacognition , New York School poets , reflective learning , reflective writing. ModPo #modpo Frank O''Hara metacognition New York School poets reflective learning reflective writing

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"I need something to eat" -- Roland's reflection on the same

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Walking the streets of New York is a game of dodgeball. Big cities magnify the divisions and few places render them in greater 3D than New York. Food and Drink Friends New York Roland Merullo Writing

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Eliza and friends at Verge Art Fair

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From Forget-Me-Knots series, ink on paper, Eliza Stamps It's Art Show week in New York, which means that there's art all over the city, including at Verge Art Fair at the Dylan Hotel. Tags: Art Family New York

Walking on words

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Library Way , New York 9 PM, March 4, 2010. Tags: Books New York   There are 96 of these bronze plaques ( Gregg LeFevre , sculptor) mounted in the paving stones along East 41st Street. 

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Grand Army peppers and beets

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        Tags: Farmers' Market Food and Drink New York Frequent readers know of my fascination with farmers markets and food (as in previous post ) thus these two snapshots taken last weekend at the Grand Army Plaza market.

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Doctors specializing in cachinnation

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Tags: Health Humor New York

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Endless Knots - Untitled Article

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Tags: Food and Drink Friends New York

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Ah, Brooklyn

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Tags: Farmers' Market Gardening New York

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Cold turkey

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Tags: Farmers' Market Food and Drink New York

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Carrot dust and heaven in a barn. and a flood. and a festival

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Farmers' Market Food and Drink Lake and Finn New York WeatherIt was a gorgeous late August day, fields abundant with the fruits of summer. Even the goat and pig were friendly. But we had come to eat the best meal of our lives. First, hors d's (photo by Etienne Frossard).

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Going underground

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Tags: New York

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"Tiles for America"

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In New York recently on a rainy, dreary day, I walked past the corner of Greenwich and Seventh Avenues (close to where I once lived), and noticed thousand of small ceramic tiles hanging on a chain link fence along an abandoned lot.   Tags: 9/11 Art New York

A little bit of Japan in Brooklyn

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  Tags: Gardening New York We know a tree or two grows in Brooklyn but who knew that Brooklyn was the home of the first Japanese garden planted in a public garden in the U.S?

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Wheeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!

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Lake and Finn New YorkMeet The Lion, a stationary animal on the Prospect Park Carousel in Brooklyn, which quickly became the desired mode of transportation for two small friends of mine. It was a day of double vision for sure as the event was.

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Farmers marketing.at Grand Army Plaza

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New York was ahead of the curve with green markets. Tags: Farmers' Market Food and Drink New York I remember going to my first such more than 20 years ago in Union Square.

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A little bit of Brooklyn in old West Newton

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Photo from Ephemeral New York. Family New YorkTime to haul out the "Brooklyn Blogger" T-shirt (white with blue lettering). Or maybe the simple (long, soft cotton, kinda elegant) brown T-shirt with "Brooklyn" in neon green lettering.

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What to do with all that Halloween candy

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Tags: Health New York

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Blog Journalism: The World As Editor

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Jeff Jarvis has responded to New York Times slamming bloggers as unethical and without standards by pointing out that blogging is “process of journalism&# whereas mainstream media is “product journalism&#. .

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I'm not the only one

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Thanks to Brad Aaron of Streetsblog from whom I clipped the pic Remember my saying that if a train could be "my person," it would be the A (New Yorkers understand). Tags: New York

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And getting shot in Brooklyn.

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New York City has been offering free weekend H1N1 vaccinations at public clinics. Tags: Health New York   in the best possible way. Two family members went to get theirs this past weekend at a public school in Lefferts Garden.

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Daniel Hauben at Gallery Night in Chelsea

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I've had the chance to do this once before; last night I had a few minutes to stop by ACA Gallery , where my friend Danny Hauben was featured in the show, "Visions of New York." Tags: Art Friends New York

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"Remember the ladies"

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A pocket park, with aqueducts, gardens, a promenade, an unnamed sculpture, terraces, a restaurant (thanks to Bette Midler's New York Restoration Project, New Leaf Cafe ).and Tags: New York

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Times Square, Wed, Feb 5, 2009, 4:30 PM

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Times Square is not my favorite place in New York but circumstance took me there yesterday. Tags: New York Economy Various meetings had me walking up, down, and across the "greater Times Square area," from 39th to 53rd Streets and from Fifth Avenue to Ninth.

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