Silicon Alley's feature coverage in this week's NYT Styles section (because it's too fun for the tech section) shows that the Alley is just like the Valley again — with all the requisite bubble signs:
Daily Candy wins "Most jackass self-evaluation" for its $100 million asking price. When the Times calls a 10-times-earnings sale price "a conservative multiple by technology industry standards," someone is either still living in the 90s or already privy to some pretty high-rolling deals.
Everyone's "learning from their mistakes" and "not getting caught in the hype" — and "seeing 37% growth a year."
Uses of "Mr.": 16. Uses of "Ms.": 1.