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Feb 24, 2005 4:59pm

new york, day 2

I'm starting my second day in New York today. This city is amazing - it feels like San Francisco did when I first showed up there in 1995. A surprise lurking on every street, a complete change in feel from neighborhood to neighborhood. I could live here, for sure. Yesterday I spent most of the day at Eyebeam's DUMBO space, with the 12th-floor view of the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges. It was cold as hell. Visited Peter in Williamsburg ("Billburg... don't call it Billburg"), with the 6th-floor cell tower-studded warehouse roof view of Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges.


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