Praise the lawd, hallelujah, how cool would this be? Nothing worse than sitting underground unable to send a txt message to someone to say you’re running late or some other time sensitive matter. You could run up out of the subway to send your txt, but then you’d miss the next train and be even later. With wifi, you could obfuscate the fact that you can’t send sms and instead send a tweet or a Facebook message, brilliant!
— Ray Yeung (@RayYeungPR) May 3, 2012
New York was abuzz with the unveiling of the new look Brooklyn Nets logo. I like it, what about you? I’m looking forward to having a bball team right here in my borough, I say roll on September! I want tickets
— Brooklyn Nets (@brooklynnets) April 30, 2012
I wish I had of gone outside and looked up. Apparently people in neighboring Park Slope caught a glimpse and were able to snap some pics. History in the making.
— InterCon TimesSquare (@IC_TimesSquare) April 30, 2012
More history was made as the One World Trade Center officially becomes NYC’s tallest skyscraper. I took a snap a few weeks back and being in its presence left me breathless.
— New York Post (@NewYorkPost) April 30, 2012
May Day! May Day! Occupy Wall Street branched out and took to the streets all over Manhattan and Brooklyn. Here’s a pic of Big Monkey just before protesters marched Broadway Street. He said it was super quiet without cars.
— Ghada Vanderpool (@OMGhada) May 3, 2012