My Wednesday morning started out a little different than normal. I was interviewed for an upcoming podcast about Brooklyn real estate (the podcast hasn't officially launched yet, so I don't have any links yet). It was interesting to talk to the host for a bit about Brooklyn and New York City and how some things have changed over the years. Our discussion brought me back to my earlier career as an attorney and even some memories of when I first moved to New York in the 1990's.
The changes in New York City over the past 20 years alone are astounding if you look back at old posts or articles about the New York of the 1990's. Throw in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, and the rise of smart phones and the apps that we all use to manage our day to day life, and life today would be almost unrecognizable to someone from 20 years ago.
I'm looking forward to listening to the final production and the feedback that comes from the listeners.