If you haven’t already read it, this week’s New York Magazine profile of “misunderstood creature” and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein by Jessica Pressler is many things, but most prominently: weirdly fun, especially concerning a revelation about Mr. Blankfein’s pop culture proclivities. Read More
New York’s Vulture will no longer need to wonder what pop culture topics are worth writing about. It’s partnered with Trendrr to create an Anticipitation Index that measures online buzz.
By now most folks are familiar with the SEO stylings of publishers like AOL/HuffPo, who often write stores–”What Time is the Superbowl”–to match a Read More
New York and OkCupid have teamed up to create a Valentine’s Day heat map of horny NYers.
The data dynamos from OkCupid looked at how likely users from each zip code were to respond to online flirtations, as well as how they answered questions like, “If it were up to you, how often Read More
New York City developer Jerry Speyer and
construction giant Daniel Tishman, whose company has built many of the city’s most important projects, were the two leading individual contributors to Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo’s campaign, donating a combined $187,400. Mr. Speyer chipped in $100,000 and Mr. Tishman gave $87,400, according to analysis by The Buffalo News. Read More
In charting the web of connections between this spring’s most anticipated books, Vanity Fair proves that anything can look CRAZY if you use enough colorful animated arrows. And if you include things like “The New York Times” and “Cocaine” in your analysis.