"Part of what made comics popular in the first place around World War II, what made them what they are, was that they were some of the first consumer goods priced to be available to kids—10 cents, 12 cents—a kid could buy them. Anything that can get comics into the hands of kids, that can get comics to where kids live, is going to be very, very important—and digital comics are a huge part of that."
— Fred Van Lente, co-founder of Evil Twin Comics and co-author of The Comic Book History of Comics on the digital future of comics.
"Hello, Mr. Mayor: Tech workers carry… tech tools. And many of them don’t have — or want — cars, so they ride the subway. A big quality-of-life point is to work or play on your commute."
— Nicole Gelinas in the New York Post. She says that the Bloomberg administration’s high-profile effort to grow New York City’s tech sector is threatened by a raise in subway crime, particularly the theft of “tech stuff” like iPads and iPhones.