Dave L.'s Profile
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i think this highlights a pretty major dilemna though--- a lot of these big cities are attractive for the opportunities they offer to ambitious and career-minded people, as well as people who love a vibrant, diverse and educated community. So what places are the best compromise for those of us who want to progress and have access to such opportunity, but need space to breath, for hobbies and workspace, etc... and may not be able to afford it in SF, NY? I think Chicago can be a great midway point at half the cost of NY.
220 Square Feet for $1500
|12/2/12 9:41 AM|
hahahaha could get a lot of us in trouble
Sneaky Ways to Find Wish Lists Online
|12/2/12 9:16 AM|
this is pretty sweet but of the whopping 5 whole windows in my little Brooklyn apt, only 2 could use it, the rest are curtains on rails.
SmartShade Aims to Bring Window Covring Control Via iPhone
|12/2/12 9:14 AM|
the gloves... need them this morning
What Do You Get the Tech Lover
Who Already Has Everything?
|12/2/12 9:07 AM|
my apartment uses the type that fills with hot water and emits the radiant heat--- i've thought many times, if only they'd thought years ago to build them in a way that allowed some steam to escape...
Old School Tech: Radiator Humidifiers
|12/2/12 8:58 AM|