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My my my. Long ago and very far away, I once worked at The Corner, in that grand and beautiful open floor space, with a portrait of old JP himself glaring down from the wall.

According to this [ multiple failed attempts to link inconspicuously via cleverly hidden link to old newspaper article; how does one do it? ] article, it's not 23 Wall but 15 Broad that is to be (or has been by now?) made into condos. A much taller building, if not nearly as architecturally attractive.

I suspect JP might not be grave-spinning so much as those who followed him. The old boy was, as nearly as I could tell, pretty pragmatic.

Wonder if the new owners kept intact the damage from the 1920 bomb along the Wall Street side of the building? Or perhaps they've had it smoothed over--evidence of a bomb attack, however failed, on the bastion of conspicuous consumption might not be good for apartment sales.

Here's the link I couldn't figure out how to hide: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9E01E6DA133CF932A25756C0A9629C8B63&fta=y

by Mnemosyne on Mon Oct 15th, 2007 at 10:21:28 PM EST
You do
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Or you can use Ctrl+Shift+C and then paste into the comment box using

<a href="http://www.eurotrib.com/special/tribext">TribExt</a>
. Have we told you we like TribExt?

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by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Tue Oct 16th, 2007 at 03:10:54 AM EST
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Thank you. Merci. Gracias.

What is TribExt?

by Mnemosyne on Tue Oct 16th, 2007 at 07:52:34 PM EST
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European Tribune - Download ET's own Firefox add-on: TribExt
Do you browse the web on Firefox? Then you can download TribExt, a nifty little add-on, written by ET user someone, to navigate around European Tribune easier. It can also be used on Booman Tribune and Daily Kos.

European Tribune - Download ET's own Firefox add-on: TribExt

This version allows you to

  • easily browse to new comments in a diary;
  • quote articles and previous comments with automatic HTML formatting;
  • quote non-English texts into a bilingual column, into which you can enter a translation, again with automatic HTML formatting;
  • review your copy history in a sidebar;
  • use an IAE (Idiotic Acronym Expander) just by clicking on an acronym;
  • rate a comment 4 more easily with a new +4 button.

It's really easy once installed, but if you need detailed user instructions, check the above linked diaries.

With it installed these 2 quotes were made by just marking the text, and then copy and paste. Just used the TribEXT copy instead of ordinary copy, and all the html, adresses, links, bulletpoints comes with in the copying.

TribEXT - it gets you addicted!

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by A swedish kind of death on Tue Oct 16th, 2007 at 08:13:11 PM EST
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