Don’t Miss Out on Global Warming

It’s the next big thing! Everybody’s talking about it! Polar ice caps are melting, hurricanes are stirring up at abnormal rates, and New York City is having (at press time) another mild winter. Now you, too, can get in on the action!

Step 1Step one

Identify something that needs to be warmed. Examples: a hand, a foot, or a studio apartment with a cheap landlord.

Carefully tear open the package.

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Wait. Wait some more. And while you’re waiting, please, please read the instructions on the package. Our lawyers will be really mad at us if you don’t.

Now you have ten hours of precious warming to do. Make them count.

Year of the Dog, New and Old

New Dog
Matt Clifton joins the team as our sixth full-time technician. We’ve been talking about working together since 2003, and have finally figured out how to do it: we put him on the payroll. Now his fancy British accent, calm demeanor, and technical expertise is available to our select list of clients at our always affordable rate.

Old Dog
Mike Visconti is back! After a sojourn in the Southwest (that we New Yorkers always found a little nutty), Mike has returned to the civilized world with some new tricks: that’s right, he’s learned to wrangle Windows, and is now fully computer bilingual.

New Digs
Our roommates on Centre Street are creative, considerate people whose company we’ve enjoyed since the year of the horse. But we thought it was time to have our very own place, with a working kitchen, a functional shower, and a server closet no one else can get their grubby hands on.

So we’ve moved our command center a stone’s throw away to 137 Grand Street. Sure, it’ll be lonely at first. But you can find us with the same email, IM, and phone number you use now, and we hope you visit us online to watch our new space take shape: