Posted by Jonathan J. Miller -Tuesday, September 16, 2008, 10:10 PM
Yesterday was sort of a media frenzy day for me, with calls all day about with the news of Lehman, AIG and Merrill – primarily, what was the linkage to New York City real estate, as well as the US?
Today I got a call from the New York Times asking me to share what I was thinking when I first heard the news about Lehman. It’s quick, I promise. Three others were interviewed from different walks of life in separate clips. Kinda neat.
It ended up on the front of the business section (middle column, center) tonight under the header “Shockwave” and then will permanently sit on the same page as the Patrick McGeehan article City and State Brace for Greater Demands on Diminishing Resources page going forward.
I don’t look forward to Fridays anymore. The weekends are exhausting. Mondays are as bad. Wait. That leaves Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays to relax. Ok, make that Tuesdays and Thursdays since tomorrow is going to be all about AIG and the Fed.