Why Only Some Subway Doors Open When You Push Them; Inside Target’s Manhattan Office

Posted On Thu, October 15, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, October 15, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Ever wonder why some subway doors reopen when you try to squeeze through, but others close right on you? Here’s why. [CityLab]
  • Fewer people in New York state register as organ donors than in any other state in the nation. [WNYC]
  • Move over Google, there might be a new coolest office in NYC. Interior designer Lauren Rottet turned a 1910 space in Chelsea into a sleek, colorful, and playful spot for the company. [Fast Co. Design]
  • After a 45-year wait, Union Square Park may get landmarked. [DNAinfo]
  • Giving away coffee for 25 cents in September must have been a success for Whole Foods. They’re now offering 25-cent oatmeal until October 27th and then will bring back the 25-cent java. [Refinery29]

Images: Subway door via drivebysh00ter/Flickr (L); Target’s offices via Lauren Rottet (R)

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