Posts Tagged as: nyc

February 15, 2008

Caption Contest Rules

Ok, thanks for everyone’s input on the caption contests. I’ve given it some thought, and here’s the deal.

Caption contests will now last seven days. After a caption has been posted for seven days, I’ll turn off the ability to add new captions and I’ll declare a winner and a loser based on the votes. (Since I can’t disable the voting feature on certain caption contests without disabling it across the entire site, you’ll still technically be able to vote for completed caption contests, even though a winner has already been declared and your votes will mean nothing. Nothing!)

As an example, I just closed an older caption contest and declared a winner and a loser. Check it out to see what I mean.

Winners will receive a link to their website (if they provided it when submitting their caption) and losers will receive nothing (although I don’t want to rule out the possibility of putting a piece of shit on them.)

February 10, 2008

My Flickr Photos + Google Maps = Scrumptulescent Mashup

Thanks to this tutorial, I was able to combine some of my Flickr photos with a custom Google map, officially creating my very first mashup. Isn’t it just adorable? Pass the gravy.


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January 28, 2008

A River of Tears for Heath Ledger

While leaving work today I was slightly miffed to discover that the 6 train was out of commission due to a water main break. But thanks to my trusty G9 (which I’d forgotten I was carrying), I was able to venture back above ground and photograph some of the commotion.

After growing tired of watching the fat, overpaid city employees staring slack-jawed at water pumping equipment as if they were professional mouth breathers, I realized that I was only a block away from where they found Heath Ledger’s corpse. So I went over to 421 Broome St and took some snapshots there as well. The photos aren’t the best in the world, but they’re photos I wouldn’t have if not for my Canon G9. Canon should use me for one of their commercials.

Keep reading for the photos.

UPDATE: More info about my thoughts on the Canon G9 can be found here.

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January 7, 2008

St. Vincent’s

I noticed something funny in the window at St. Vincent’s hospital this evening. View it large…you’ll find it.

October 19, 2007

Turd at Shea Stadium

Recently at a work-related shoot at Shea Stadium, I noticed something that seemed a little out of place in the outfield…

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February 27, 2007

Michael Sanzone Gallery Show

What rhymes with “fart” but doesn’t have an “f” in it? Right. Art!!! Writer, filmmaker, artist, and former roommate Michael Sanzone will be showing some of his new works from Japan at the 55 Mercer Gallery in New York City starting this Thursday. The exhibit goes until March 24th, but you (yes, YOU!) are strongly advised to come this Thursday, March 1st, 6-8 PM for the opening reception. For more information and previews of the exhibit, visit www.michaelsanzone.com. Hope to see you there!

November 6, 2006

Faces of the New York City Marathon

I took tons of photos at the marathon today. Click on the thumbnail to view the images large and help me name these people in the comments section!

August 1, 2006

Ketel One Mel Gibson Ad Spoof

July 12, 2006

New York City Cop’s ATM Receipt

A New York City cop left his receipt at an ATM in front of me today. I couldn’t help my curiosity. Guess his available balance in the comments section…

A) $64.09

B) $250.13

C) $1361.66

D) $3,096.03

E) $9,835.67

July 5, 2006

Terrorism Mystery

A re-post from last year: