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Issue 16 | October 2000 | Updated 10-10-00
Students in my Director class often ask the same question, so here's my quick summary:
There are many other factors to consider, of course, and the Webmonkey article does a good job.
I'm not sure if this adult bookstore/porn shop, billing itself as "The Only Visual Interactive Experience In Town" is still there. If it's gone, the walk down the street will be a bit less intimidating for some, and New York will be a bit more like Main Street USA. As cities everywhere scramble to be "tourist-friendly" by offering the same set of familiar, logo-splashed experiences the unique texture of the city disappears.
For more impressions of New York, see New York Minute.
- Al Wasco 10/10/00
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