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MacBook Pro 16” first impressions: Return of the Mack

In poker, complacency is a quiet killer. It can steal your forward momentum bit by bit, using the warm glow of a winning hand or two to cover the bets you’re not making until it’s too late and you’re out of leverage.  Over the past few years, Apple’s MacBook game had begun to suffer from ...

Tickets for HOPE 2020 go on sale tomorrow!

Aestetix writes, "Our 13th conference is taking place next summer in a brand new location as you've probably heard. We expect it to be bigger and better than ever with lots more activities and space - all without leaving New York City! Since this is #13, we figured we'd make an initial batch of tickets ...

Pacifica Radio ignores injunction, continues to play canned content on NYC’s WBAI

On Oct 7, workers and volunteers at New York City's beloved Pacifica Radio affiliate WBAI received a sudden notice informing they that they were all fired and the station was to be sold off without notice or a board vote, as is required by Pacifica's by-laws; the next day, a court issued an ...

‘Feltist’ Lucy Sparrow is back with an all-felt pop-up deli at New York City’s Rockefeller Center

Lucy Sparrow is a felt artist, or as she likes to call herself, a "Feltist." You might remember that in 2017, she packed a NYC bodega full of her faux products in felt and that last year in Los Angeles, she opened the Sparrow Mart Supermarket at the Standard Hotel. Well, she's ...

Sahara Reporters founder Sowore remains detained in Nigeria

The founder of African investigative digital media site Sahara Reporters Omoyele Sowore remains detained in Nigeria on charges including treason, his wife Opeyemi Sowore told TechCrunch. Her husband founded Sahara Reporters to create and aggregate news content, social media tips, and self-digital reporting toward exposing corruption in Africa and his home country of Nigeria. After ...

Kickstarting a two-book collection of Anthony “Tonky” Clune’s street photos

For many years, we've brought you the delightful arts and crafts of Anthony "Tonky" Clune: beautiful felt housewares, giant wall-stickers, a short film about thrifting, cool reflective cycling safety badges and more.

Now, Tonky is kickstarting a pair of books collecting decades' worth of his street photography, which feature some ...

New York’s WBAI Pacifica Radio affiliate has shut down, orphaning 2600’s Off the Hook, the Hour of the Wolf, and many other beloved mainstays

WBAI is a beloved New York City institution, owned by the Pacifica Foundation and run primarily by volunteers who produce longrunning, cultural-defining shows like Jim Freund's Hour of the Wolf (science fiction) and 2600's Off the Hook (information security and tech policy).

This morning, WBAI volunteers received a short, abrupt note informing them that ...

Verizon 5G hits New York City, including parts of Brooklyn and Queens, later this month

09.19.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

The 5G train just keeps on rolling.  Verizon announced Thursday that its mobile 5G network would become commercially available in New York City starting Sept. 26. Similar to how 5G rollouts have gone in other cities, it'll only be available in c... ...

A quarter of NYC’s post-2013 luxury condos are unsold

The real estate bubble is in trouble: London's luxury housing market has been in freefall for years, and New York's retail vacancy has been soaring, even as global super-luxe housing is also tanking.

Now, analysis from Streeteasy finds that at least a quarter of the luxury condos built in NYC since ...