The Milano sandwich artists are using technology and old neighborhood stores are closing. All of a sudden, everything is different!
First, Anish Bramhandkar bought a $9 sandwich, and informed us that Milano has new robot-scanners-and-barcodes. Be prepared to shave seconds off your next Milano run!
Then we walked down Broadway a little further only to discover that Song’s, the stationery store/candy deli/place with balloons outside the 110th train station has been closed for two weeks! Start making your bets on what the owners got pushed out for what will replace it (a commenter notes that the owner of Song’s said she was retiring)…Bank of America? The third Chase in ten blocks? Citi? The possibilities are endless.
And if those things don’t excite you, perhaps these things will:
Free Amazon Prime for students for a year.
VIP tickets to the Daily Show at Summerstage– send your name, school, year, link to favorite Daily Show clip to Twitter @CUArts.
@Thanks Great link to Amazon Student. Thanks BWOG!!!
@Fun fact! I was friends with the daughter of one of the guys that helped invent the barcode system. He also owns a farm. Which is where I developed my fear of sheep.
@ppfft RFID’s the wave of the future, baby!
@stationery stationery, not stationary. Please.
@Anonymous you could have even copied the proper spelling from the photo pictured with the post.
@Eliza Oh dear, you are correct! And fixed. Hey- also- we’re forreal looking for a new copy editor or two- if you’re interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
@Anonymous still wrong in the article…
@E. The woman working at Song’s said she was retiring.