Archive for April, 2006
Verizon sidewalk ads?! T-Mobile isn’t going to take Verizon’s sidewalk advertising blitz sitting down. So, for the Wizards vs Cavaliers Playoff Game Round 1 this weekend, T-Mobile peppered the sidewalks around the Verizon Center with cute 2×2 feet nylon sticker ads. They peel right off! According to the WaPo article, companies must receive a permit […]
This is what you’ve been waiting for! We’ve generated a Google Map of crime in DC – and we centered the map on our favorite neighborhood. Please be careful when trying to load the experimental web page. The map has a lot of data and Internet Explorer will take 30-45 seconds to load it and […]
It is every District blogger’s fantasy to be immortalized in the print version of the Express. While GPLiving did make it into last Wednesday’s online version, we’ll keep trying for the print version!
Credit for this one goes to DCist! According to the WMATA press release: Metrorail’s 30th anniversary prize patrol will greet morning commuters at the Gallery-Pl Chinatown Metrorail station (7th and H Street entrance) Friday, April 28, from 8 to 9 a.m. Prize patrol members will randomly select riders, surprising them with free Metrorail 30th anniversary […]
Confused? We’re actually talking about the topic of homelessness. Check out this December 2004 article from the Washington Times. One of our readers suggested providing information on how to help the homeless population that seem to be drawn to our neighborhood. In addition to the high concentration of homeless shelters in our neighborhood, GPLiving will […]
Cheap Internet $32.70 per month (including tax & fees) for high speed internet and no strings attached? It’s called Naked DSL or dry-loop DSL and you can get it from Verizon. It’s a high speed internet connection that works over your telephone land line delivering speeds of 3 Mbps/768 Kbps. But, the important note is […]
A quick note concerning the GPLiving RSS feed. The article titles weren’t showing up correctly in RSS news readers, but that has now been fixed. Thanks to Rich for reporting and testing the fix! For those who are curious about RSS news readers, check out www.netvibes.com, select “add a new feed,” and input this link: […]