One sunny afternoon a few summers back, some dudes gathered at Guy Mellitz’ studio apartment on 21st Street and Third Avenue to bro-out.
There was Ted, an aspiring James Taylor type; Jason, an aspiring TV editor, who occasionally played fiddle to Ted’s guitar; Subieta, a friend of Jason’s from Read More
Three years ago, when the four 22- and 23-year-olds running the mega Web site CollegeHumor.com were living in a $10,000-per-month, 4,200-square-foot loft, The New Yorker glumly reported that there was a runner on their dining room table, even napkin rings with napkins. There were no beer bongs; the décor came from Bloomingdale’s.
But Joshua Read More