Oct

18

Bwoglines: Secrets Revealed Edition

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Man, how helpful are these guys?

A 21-year-old man was charged yesterday with conspiring to blow up the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. His plans were severely hindered by the fact that his accomplice, who provided him with encouragement, guidance, and supposedly the materials needed for the attack, was an F.B.I. agent. (NY Times)

According to researchers at the American Assembly, a Columbia University affiliated public policy forum, music pirates actually buy 30% more music than those who choose to live safely on the right side of the law. (The Independent)

Anyone on the Internet can now peek inside Google’s secret, crazy huge and futuristic, data centers. They are surprisingly pretty. (Google Data Centers)

After much anticipation, Whole Foods has revealed that its next location  will be in our neighborhood! Start squirreling away funds now, because by summer 2015 there should be a 38,000 square foot store at 125th and Lenox Avenue. (Racked)

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7 Comments

  1. Re: sure  

    Since when is 125th and Lennox in our neighborhood? that's further away than the existing one at 100th, and you have to walk through Harlem to get there.

  2. Right  

    Because Harlem is so icky and gross and "ghetto," right? Sigh.

  3. Anonymous

    Take a columbia bus shuttle

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