The party continued at the National Cristina Foundation (http://www.cristina.org) event at Hansen's Brewery in mid-town. Seth Goldstein and Nicole Ferber of SiteSpecific (http://www.sitespecific.com) filled me in on this wonderful organization and their efforts to aid disabled people with computers and technology. Our new media gurus are getting quite classy as I spotted Howard Greenstein of Microsoft (http://www.microsoft.com) in a Fab tie, his charming wife Pam in a beautiful lavendar suit, David Blumenstein looking quite sharp, and Ryan Nelson (http://www.psychicfriends.net) in a cool U of Iowa Fencing jacket. Steve Mintz, Geo Geller, Clay Shirky and Mark Jeffrey of The Palace (http://www.thepalace.com) and I all marveled at the new Dilbert pen Robin Udcoff (Barnes & Noble) gave me to better aid me in my note keeping. The night went into the wee hours of the morning as Jim Butterworth, president and CEO of NetCast Communications, corralled a posse of us down to El Teddy's for margaritas. Ole!
(Appeared originally in @The Scene in the @NY newsletter)