Elinor Mills of CNet conducted a Q and A session with Stacy Savides Sullivan, the Chief Culture Officer at Google.
"There's no question that Google is a trendsetter," Ms. Mills writes by way of introduction. Also there's: "With its lava lamps, simple doodle design, pampered employees and millionaires in its rank and Read More
Mathieu Eugene’s opponents have come up with a new legal argument to try to prevent him from running again for that City Council seat in Brooklyn’s 40th District that he won, but then was unable to occupy because of his inability to prove that he was a resident.
Heartbeat News, a Brooklyn-based paper, quotes Read More
The peerless Liz Benjamin is coming to New York City to join the Daily News.
For those of you who don’t know her — but really, who doesn’t? — Liz is an authoritative and fantastically prolific blogger and reporter. She also has the distinction of having performed two of the toughest roles in the Read More
Former state Attorney General and current City Councilman Oliver Koppell, for one, doesn’t think there was anything wrong with the widespread police surveillance conducted in the run-up to the Republican National Convention. The police surveillance reports, news of which has provoked a strong reaction on liberal blogs, included the names of three people Read More
As if the City Council race in Brooklyn wasn’t interesting enough.
As a reader points out to me, there’s a newcomer to the race for the City Council seat in Brooklyn’s 40th District, which remains vacant after an initial special election because the winner, Mathieu Eugene, was unable to prove that he met residency Read More
A reader emails to say that the Daily Show is filming a segment right now with City Councilman Leroy Comrie about his resolution against the N-word.
The segment is expected to air tomorrow.
– Azi Paybarah
Inspired by the state comptroller succession controversy, Assemblyman George Latimer has pre-emptively come out with a new proposal on how to fill the lieutenant governor’s position in case of emergency. With one interesting catch. It has to be approved by the state Senate.
A Democratic Assemblyman wants a constitutional amendment to give the governor Read More
Until I saw her on the stump these past few days, I’d never have believed that Hillary Clinton could attract voters by appealing to their sense of yearning for the 1950’s.
It seems, on the face of it, an absurd idea. The only thing that Mrs. Clinton’s most zealous fans and shrillest critics agree upon Read More
Tom Shanahan, the newest high-profile addition to Team Spitzer, called yesterday to confirm that he’ll be working for the governor as a deputy commissioner in the Division on Human Rights.
He said his new job would focus on “coordinating public outreach” for the commissioner.
So how did the well-known lawyer and gay rights Read More
Since attending the first officially sanctioned Barack Obama grassroots event in NYC, I’ve been wondering what other groups will pop up for him in Hillary’s home state.
On Long Island, get ready for Pakistani Americans for Barack Obama. They’re set to meet on March 11 in West Hempstead. On May 5, another group Read More