.@blip flash mob on the N train
Hey, who let the developers out?
Blip takes over a subway car, in more ways than one.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and we have a chocolate fountain.
Four years ago, I watched the inauguration of Barrack Obama at the old blip.tv offices on Lafayette Street. That was two offices ago; looking at this picture makes me realize how much has changed since then … and how much hasn’t.
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Photographs from the Blip holiday party.
Following Hurricane Sandy and the subsequent power outage, the Blip offices in Manhattan were inaccessible for nearly five days. There was considerable concern for the welfare of Yamster “Doug” Hightower, the office hamster. As soon as power was restored in lower Manhattan, I was sent over to the office to make a State of the Hamster report.
To everyone’s relief, he was none the worse for wear. This photo shows him enjoying a celebratory papaya treat after his rescue.
Our Manhattan office has no power since Hurricane Sandy hit. We’re working out of a living room in Brooklyn.
“It’s like working in a submarine” - Paul.
Someone orders new Nerf weaponry for the office. Chaos ensues.