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Chris Dixon, the man responsible for the wonderful look of New York magazine, is moving on to Vanity Fair. Dixon has been with New York since 2004, and almost instantly brought the magazine recognition for the changes he implemented. At Vanity Fair, he will succeed David Harris who is reducing his role and will act as Design Editor-at-Large.
Graydon Carter was obviously pleased with getting such a great designer as Dixon. “Chris Dixon is arguably the most formidable design talent in the magazine business,” said Carter. “I look forward to seeing the subtle and sophisticated innovations he will be bringing to Vanity Fair.”
Last night the entrepreneurial meetup group nextNY treated members of the New York tech community to free burgers, fries and shakes at the @shakeshack III event in Madison Square Park. The organization also teamed up with event sponsors to give out Community Awards to this year’s standout businesses and entrepreneurs, which were selected through an online poll.
The crowd gathered under a white tent for conversation and cups of Shackmeister while Shake Shack staffers passed around trays of food, which probably broke the record for the shortest wait time at Shake Shack by several hours. We spotted Entrepreneur of the Year nominee Dennis Crowley from Foursquare, Mediabistro’s own Joe Ciarallo from Most Buzzworthy Startup nominee Buddy Media and David Ambrose from Best E-mail Driven Startup nominee Scoop St., as well as Tony Bacigalupo from New Work City and TycoonU.com CIO Wayne Mulligan, who pretended to be from Groupon (nice try). As of yesterday, the full list of finalists included: