Neil Kramer explores friendship, love, and sex, and the dangerous art of writing about it.
He lives in NYC. He can be contacted at neilochka on yahoo.
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- Ms. Moon on Fictional Characters of New York #42: I like what Veronica said. Sometimes in marriage the tide is in and sometimes it’s out. But...
- Veronica on Fictional Characters of New York #42: I think there’s hope for Victor and Cindy. Marriages hit the doldrums. Sometimes paths...
- nance on The “Like Generation” in Dating: I read this and the previous post with interest because while I am not Out There, my two...
- Marie on The “Like Generation” in Dating: I can’t even begin to describe how disappointed I am in the online datingshere…...
- Veronica on The “Like Generation” in Dating: When I was in my 20s, the shared interest part was not that important. There were so many...
Tag Archives: social media
Tom’s Coffee Shop, near Columbia University. This morning. I am sitting with my two old college buddies, Barry and Rob. Just like we used to do in the past. Neil: It’s so great to sit down with you both in … Continue reading →
We all are apt to say stupid or contentious things at some part of our internet lives. What should be the best policy for dealing with it? What makes the internet a better place? Let’s come up an example. I … Continue reading →
Tonight, on Facebook messenger, with Jana of Jana’s Thinking Place. Neil Ok, you ready? Jana Ready ::clears throat:: Neil Ok, preamble… this will all go on record…. unless you politely tell me to strike something…. Jana OK. Neil We will … Continue reading →
Tonight is Oscar night, which brings up the same question I have asked myself again and again over the last seven years — “Will Meryl Streep ever follow me back on Twitter?” Or let me ask this in another way … Continue reading →
As a Valentine’s Day gift to myself, I am going to show some self-love and challenge myself (thank you, Karen Rivers for the idea) for a full week offline from blogging and social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, blogs, etc.) Zero … Continue reading →
Jay was sick of the superficiality of his online life – the five thousand friends on Facebook, the ten thousand on Twitter, the seven thousand on Instagram. Others were envious of all these numbers, much in the same way that … Continue reading →
I’ll admit it. The torrent of information online wrecks havoc on my anxiety level. While most writers worry about getting more “hits,” I am consumed with filtering you out. I say this with love because I care about you. And … Continue reading →
This was my Facebook status update this morning — “I will participate in the “Shop-In” on Sunday, February 12 and stand up to the idiotic, homophobic One Million Moms by going to my nearest lesbian bar and… oh, wait, I … Continue reading →
Dick: Hey, Jane, what’s up? I had a tuna sandwich for lunch. What did you have? Jane: I had a yogurt. ++++ Dick: Hey, Jane, what’s up? Did you see what Tom is doing? All he does is put up … Continue reading →
Sophia and I had an unlikely laugh today, thanks to… of all things, Twitter. I wanted to stay off of Twitter for a week, but I just didn’t have the self-control to do it. That’s when a friendly voice on … Continue reading →