Bike Lane Blues of the Day: As we've seen, NYC cyclists don't always respect the rules of the road. But, as New Yorker Casey Neistat makes painfully clear in this PSA, it's hard to respect the rules when the rules don't respect you.
Man On The Street Mix of the Day: Ty Cullen stops random New Yorkers with headphones to ask them what song they're listening to.
America Eff No of the Day: Obnoxious NYC subway patron fails rather stupendously in his attempt to start a celebratory chant of "U-S-A" on an early morning L.
Living Eighths of the Day: Manhattanite Felice Cohen makes the most of her $700/mo., 90sq. ft. Upper West Side microstudio.
Then again, there's clearly so much more she could be doing.
From The Archives: A German tourist captures footage from in and around the Times Square subway stop, circa 1986.
Filmed using an ARRIflex 16mm camera with 7250 Kodak 16mm color reversal Tungsten 400 ASA film and a Schneider Cine Xenon 1:2/16mm lens.
[lookmom / spiegelman.]
Stop-Motion Short of the Day: Take a trippy trip through the streets of NYC circa 1983 with Rick Liss's stop-motion short No York City.
Music: Laurie Anderson - “For Electronic Dogs"
MTA Tiff of the Day: A subway patron doesn't take kindly to being called an animal for eating spaghetti on the train, proceeds to act like an animal.
(For the record, Gothamist points out that eating on the MTA is not prohibited, but is frowned upon.)
ICWUDT of the Day: Redditor gigaface says: "Just met this guy setting up 'hipster traps' in NYC, baited with PBR and American Spirits. Awesome work."
You'll never catch anything like that. Should've put them underground.