If you're reading this it means I've more or less successfully transferred my web hosting and Movable Type installation from Cornerhost to Dreamhost. I'd been with Cornerhost since September of 2003, and finally had enough. Dreamhost has about a thousand feature advantages over Cornerhost for about half the price. Some people knock them for jamming too many users onto each machine, or for their humorous attitude toward outages, but I never had a complaint while using them to host my company's website for a couple of years. (And let's be honest, this site is hardly in need of a private server slice.) Meanwhile Cornerhost claims to offer a more friendly level of customer service, but it's a one man operation, and other users frequently ask the mailing list where he's been for long stretches of time.
So let's celebrate by uncorking a couple of links.
Gothamist interviews Davy Rothbart, creater of Found Magazine and something of a personal hero of mine. I started reading Found in college when it was available at the local video store (Davy attended Michigan for a time before I did) and had the chance to hang out with the whole gang behind it a couple of times, around when the first book came out. I also sent them a bunch of my own finds, but as far as I know the only one they've published was in the Found Polaroid book, which I never received my free copy of (ahem). Good guys though.
The NY Times 'The Hunt' column goes to Inwood. It sounds as if they ended up either on our block or one avenue over.