Four days in and I really do like Quartz. I like the catchy categories like “Energy Shocks,” and “Low Interest Rates,” and “Modern States.” I like the simple and clean look.
Articles by Warren Bimblick
My grandfather passed away many years ago at the ripe old age of 88. He left a legacy that included perpetual fruitcakes (not referring to my brother,
Did you see the new Apple Newsstand magazine called Huffington.? Arianna (I don’t know her but that is how she signed the introductory editor’s letter so I guess we are on a first name basis) tells us that “Huffington’s content will emphasize the rich—and richly rewarding—interactions that come from uninterrupted time spent in the company of creative minds.” Oh,
Journalists get a bum rap these days if they don’t “write for the Web” in an optimized manner, or if they write stories that are too long and detailed (I still miss the twenty-page profiles of Amazon butterflies in The New Yorker from decades past).
It’s 6 p.m. on a typical Monday and my office e-mail box has logged in 110 e-mails today. As is true of most workdays,
For 35 years—mostly living in Manhattan—I have owned a car. This past weekend I gave up my car at lease-end and did not replace it.