NY Times: The Ballad of a Neighborhood Deli
I said goodbye to my much beloved but rarely ridden motorcycle today. It’s only been out of the garage a few times in the last couple years, which is just a shame. It’s going to a good home, and I’m sure my Mom will be very, very happy that I no longer have it :)
I had a lot of good times on this bike. Here are a few pictures, in no particular order…
Ok, one of these is my old bike, but it was too cute not to post.
Kantega nailed it with this video, what sort of UX designer are you?
Shame on me for clicking on the first link of a Google search results page–I should know better.
What I got was not Weather Underground but some other site that wanted to install a browser extension then used some colorful trickery to entice me to install after I clicked on cancel.
As they did in 2008, and in years prior, state legislators left Manhattan congestion pricing out of the budget. They did include a $2.75 per-ride surcharge on for-hire vehicles. That’s a little something, but not enough.
Congestion pricing should have been implemented 10 years ago, but I’m sure we’ll be talking about it again in another decade.