What the Costumes Reveal – NYTimes.com

In this New York Times op-ed entitled “What the Costumes Reveal,” Joe Nocera describes the conduct of employees of the New York law firm Steven J. Baum, P.C., at last year’s firm Halloween bash. Nocera writes that Baum employees wore costumes making fun of people who have lost their homes to foreclosure. In the image below, for instance, a dirty “foreclosure victim” is holding a wine bottle wrapped in a brown paper bag. 20111029_NOCERA-IMG-slide-N9Q1-articleLarge

 

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Windows Phone Is Back, Full of Great Tricks – State of the Art – NYTimes.com

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Windows Phone 7.5 is gorgeous, classy, satisfying, fast and coherent. The design is intelligent, clean and uncluttered. Never in a million years would you guess that it came from the same company that cooked up the bloated spaghetti that is Windows and Office.

Most impressively, Windows Phone is not a feeble-minded copycat.Microsoft came up with completely fresh metaphors that generally steer clear of the iPhone/Android design (grid-spaced icons that scroll across home pages).

Read the entire review by David Pogue here.

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