*Alternate Title: Internet Week Ends With A Spalsh
So Foursquare had this huge shindig on the roof of the Thompson, where guests drank Pepsi to their hearts content and celebrated the "Mayors" of various NYC Venues, like the Marc Jacobs store and Spitzers.-
I think it goes with out saying that Dennis Crowley himself was the mayor of the pool, given how people flocked towards and around him. (I'm not sure, but I really HOPE, that the picture below illustrates an especially intense game of Marco Polo.)
The party failed, however, to name a Mayor of Internet Week, which led to intense debate in the GofG Office:
SunnyCA: Who should the mayor of Internet Week be?
Sarahanne_@mac.com: Nick McGlynn
Sarahanne_@mac.com: Bc he's at like everything.
So congratulations, Nick McGlynn, you are the mayor of internet week. We're sure Foursquare will make a badge for you next time around.
[All photos by Erica Gannett for IRL Productions]
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.