City Folk First World Problems


loves how in North Carolina, every man nods at me when we pass.

I always think they are cruising me.

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The last of Harlem’s free-standing mansions 


 

The Harlem enclave known as Sugar Hill was named for the wealthy African-Americans who moved into the fine row houses there during the 1920s.

But the area began attracting big money makers decades earlier, in the 1880s. All that’s left of these Gilded Age pioneers are a handful of gorgeous, free-standing mansions.


via The last of Harlem’s free-standing mansions | Ephemeral New York


 

Readability’s App Store Rejection Portends a Cloudy Future For Developers


The iOS app for Arc90’s recently re-launched Readability service was rejected on Friday for “utilizing a system other than the In App Purchase (IAP) API to purchase content, functionality, or services.” This is significant because unlike companies like Rhapsody (who are already on the record as being firmly against the new policies), Readability is not a a traditional content provider.

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