William Mannix

Innovation in the Age of Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic and its evolving aftermath are reshaping the world around us, and myriad Long Island forces – large and small, corporate and nonprofit, industrial and academic – have risen to the challenge. Innovate Long Island presents Innovation in the Age of Coronavirus as a real-time journal of this region’s resourceful response to the greatest global challenge since World War II. Stay healthy, dear readers.     Cuomo: Bulging ‘travel advisory’ a concern for…


No. 532: A new look for Long Island, new life for old junk and cheeseburgers for all

  End run: Welcome to Friday, dear readers, as we hustle down the stretch of this somewhat autumnal workweek and look forward to another well-earned weekend. It’s Sept. 18 out there – National Respect Day, which started as a statement against domestic violence but is badly needed by all as our nationwide insolence spreads, from the top down, like a brain cancer. On a more positive note: To our many readers in Azerbaijan, a joyous…


No. 480: On coronavirus, coronavirus and coronavirus – and introducing our 2020 Master of Innovation

  Don’t worry, we washed our hands: Put ’er there, dear readers, and welcome to Wednesday, as we hurtle the hump of this latest busy (and blessedly spring-like) winter workweek. It’s March 4 out there – St. Casimir’s Day, honoring the patron saint of Poland and Lithuania, and National Pound Cake Day, celebrating the world’s most versatile cake. Strong language: It’s also National Grammar Day, a celebration of proper written and verbal grammar, desperately needed…