The art of resume-writing is exaggeration; we are all taught to transform "filing" into "transferral of paper entities" and "job" into "duties and responsibilities." Our listed activities and interests are always hobbies we dream of doing on our free time ("fly-fishing," "biking up mountains," etc.) ... More >>
Welcome to Day in the Life of, a feature that will appear every so often on Fork in the Road in which we look at different culinary professions in New York City and the people behind them. How do the pros actually spend their days? Up this week: Dan Cohen, owner of Danny Macaroons 8 p.m. -- I don ... More >>
via GawkerThis morning 50 people got naked on Wall Street. Nope, it wasn't a rebellion staged by haggard I-banking interns who had spent one too many late nights glaring at Excel spreadsheets: it was performance art! As a part of "Ocularpation: Wall Street" created by artist Zefrey Throwell, ... More >>
David Miscavige and crew in happier timesHappy Independence Day! And to our international readers, Happy Monday! Here in America, we'll be enjoying cool drinks by the pool or the beach or at the backyard barbecue, and the news cycle should be slow. So we thought we'd take this relaxing time ... More >>
I still love this song, despite the revelation that its creation involved "an Excel spreadsheet of hundreds of pop cliches". Llamas, of course, are totally a pop cliche, but that just shows you the DPs' dedication. Needs more choreography, but the whole Sweeping Forest Vistas thing is very Twiligh ... More >>
Art-rock lobsters tote an Excel spreadsheet to Central Park. Rain ensues.
New York City heads for a stadium overdose. Guess who will be paying.
In Public Outrage and Official Hunt, Some Face Special Terrors
Age-Old Office Gripes Get a New Media Platform
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