Senior Producer, New York Times
I sometimes read things on the Internet and then tweet about them.
businessweek.com — A man who made a few hundred bucks renting his East Village apartment on Airbnb will end up paying thousands in fines. The $2,400 fine is annoying but not life-altering, said the man, Nigel Warren, when asked by CNET. The stakes are far higher for Airbnb itself.
bits.blogs.nytimes.com — Among the thousands of file formats that exist in modern computing, the GIF, or Graphics Interchange Format, has attained celebrity status in a sea of lesser-known BMPs, RIPs, FIGs and MIFFs. It was honored as a "word of the year" in 2012, and Tuesday night, its inventor, Steve Wilhite, will be accepting a lifetime achievement award at The Webby Awards.
businessweek.com — Soon NFL players will have a better way to see what happened on the last play than tilting their heads way back to check out the scoreboard. The NFL announced a partnership with Microsoft Tuesday, through which coaches and officials will use Microsoft's Surface tablets on the sidelines, potentially replacing the laminated playbooks used by coaches and Polaroid images that quarterbacks use to figure out what went wrong on that last interception.
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