Silda Wall Spitzer has a new job! According to New York, last month the wife of the former governor joined Metropolitan Capital Advisors, where she will be helping the hedge fund recruit new investors. (If that sounds like an impossible task in this market, consider that she's managed to put up with Eliot for 21 years now.) She's not the only one in the family looking ahead. Supposedly, the former governor is considering writing a book, although it won't address his taste for high-priced call girls or why he wears black socks in bed, unfortunately. The book will address the "root causes of the mistakes that have brought us to the economic precipice," and "take a wistful look at his fourteen-month governorship and its unfulfilled goals."