time capsule nyc


by R.S. Wurman
13/08/2009, 8:28 pm
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“Three lies we learned in school:
1. answering questions as opposed to asking them
2. endless memorization as a learning method; and
3. worshipping at the foot of success rather than understanding failure.”



love
21/07/2009, 1:25 am
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Picture 8



visual gobbledygook
20/07/2009, 4:18 am
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From Good magazine



quite timely
19/07/2009, 4:22 pm
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“Burnout is not biting off more than you can chew…
…it is biting off more than you can savor.”



yes
13/07/2009, 3:17 am
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“The human desire to never be wrong is the biggest enemy of innovation.” —Joshua Blankenship



mina
13/07/2009, 2:35 am
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ma c’e’ di buono che al momento giusto tu sai diventare un altro.

In un attimo tu, sei grande grande grande

come te, sei grande solamente tu



Eataly to open in nyc next year… yum
12/07/2009, 8:03 pm
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Eataly, a giant market for artisanal Italian food products that opened in Turin two years ago, signed a lease this morning for an even larger location at 200 Fifth Avenue.

With 32,000 square feet of food halls and restaurants, Eataly New York will be twice the size of the Turin original. The partners in the venture are B&B Hospitality Group, the company behind nearly 20 restaurants around the country operated by Joseph and Lidia Bastianich and Mario Batali, along with Oscar Farinetti and Luca Bassigo, the Italian founders and managing partners of Eataly.

There will also be an 8,000 square foot rooftop garden, although the plans for that space are still being worked out. “I’m not sure whether it will be for beer, sausage and pizza or just beer and sausage,” Mr. Batali said in a phone interview today from a beach in Spain.

At one point, the partners had hoped to open Eataly New York this year, but those plans have been pushed back a little. “It will open in exactly one year,” Mr. Batali said. “I guarantee it.”

There are now Eatalys in Milan, Bologna and Tokyo in addition to Turin.

From the nyt