Go ahead. Ask me anything.

By Teri Karush Rogers | April 11, 2011 - 2:43PM 

Since launching BrickUnderground a couple of years ago--and pretty much forever before that--former print journalist yours truly has mostly focused on the written word. Then I met, a highly entertaining and eccentric new video Q&A thingamajig that has enabled me to address questions about some vital NYC real estate issues--like whether my super knows anything about me that my husband does not (above) or whether I can draw an aardvark in a post-apocalyptic setting. (Nope.)

So please consider yourself invited to ask a question about NYC real estate, apartment stuff, or just whatever you're curious about.  If I don't know the answer, I will try to find out.  

Head over to Brick's page on VYou or to our About Us page to toss off a question or check out the asked-and-answered. And if you're through with lunch, be sure to stop by the video musings of Clerks director Kevin Smith, the unwitting poster boy of VYou's memorable demo at a recent NY Tech Meetup. 

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