My friend Nathan Pyle has penned a book: NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette that should be required reading, well at least required viewing for:
- anyone living in NYC, or
- anyone planning to visit NYC, or
- anyone who’s ever read anything about NYC, or
- anyone who hasn’t thought about going to NYC someday, or
- anyone not planning to visit NYC, or
- anyone who’s never read anything about NYC, or
- well, anyone.
You get what I mean. This book is clearly for everyone.
You can check it on on his Facebook page or actually buy it on Amazon.
He’s come a long way from making selfie-videos of his basketball dunking prowess. I’ve long been a fan of his art. Nathan combines nice Midwestern sensibilities (he’s from Ohio) with street smarts, artistic talent and a dab of humor.
In fact Nathan’s only shortcoming is his siding with the “GIF” (Graphics Interchange Format) pronunciation camp while I am squarely in the “Sounds like “Jif” as in the peanut butter AND confirmed by the inventor of the “GIF” camp who said, and I quote:
“It’s pronounced JIF, not GIF.”
And the word is getting out, in newspapers, an AMA on Reddit on radio/podcast, etc.
Here are a few samples, I plan to revisit his artwork over the next few weeks. The book even provides instructions on where to eat pizza on a busy sidewalk!!! C’mon people, the value add for that alone is worth well above the very modest price! Here are a few samples…
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