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... who is said to be still asleep somewhere in the surrounding hills, and whose fortune, having been accruing interest (compounded at 5% annually) has grown large in the time he's been napping. After lunching at a delightful small cafe, we headed down a path along the aqueduct in the general direction of
"Lyndhurst", a Gothic Revival mansion designed in 1863 and formerly the home of the railroad tycoon Jay Gould, who elevated it to the status it enjoys today ...
You can imagine my amusement when I arrive at the archives today and there is a new guy...three guesses as to what is name was. It turns out they forget to call up his archivist (we found this out when Nancy appeared in the kitchen). At first I thought (as I think did Danielle) that he had been here before, but he definitely looked like he wasn't sure what to do. So after a brief conversation with Danielle about Boston I asked whether he had been to the archives before and ...
... new ballgame. Not only do you have networks and syndications, you have businesses that have started to stop the scammers saying you have had click throughs and per thousand impressions, hence robbing you of your budget.
There are also agencies that find influencers in networks that sign them up to your brand, so they spruik about it to their followers.
The more you know, the more ...
... same thing (minus the measuring) until you get to the register with six slips off paper and the register girl plugs in six names. Phew.
As I did get measured up I thought I would try a bra on, and I'm solo glad I did. A logistical operation of military performance! You get handed from one helper,(paper slip - check!) to the head of changeroom facilities with talkie-talkie (no paper slip but her name is Rachael) ...
... my luck I jumped on an uptown bus and ended up stumbling across a ferry headed downtown to Brooklyn Bridge.
It was rather fresh outside- roaring wind on the river and 7 degrees but the day was sunny and it was worthwhile being outside on the ferry. Manhattan is sooooooooooo long! Goes on forever!.
Jumped off the ferry and walked across the Brooklyn Bridge back towards the financial district.
Then some more walking, some getting ...