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He looks like a poster boy for H&M, or someone you’d meet in a youth hostel during a summer abroad.He wears a mischievous grin like he’s got a secret — and he does, but not one that the women on the other side of the smartphone screen would ever guess. And he’s part of a growing community of homeless New Yorkers using the internet as a means of survival.While there are no immediate plans for such apps in New York City, Lauren Gray, senior communications adviser at the NYC Department of Homeless Services, says, “We are committed to generating new solutions to help homeless New Yorkers get back on their feet.” She pointed out services like the new computer lab at Kensington Family Shelter, which will help people search for jobs and housing.A scroll through your Facebook feed might reveal that you have a friend like Adam Kaufman.
But there are other ways to put a roof over his head for the night.
He was born in Houston, and came to Vegas hoping to strike it rich.
When that didn’t happen, he defected cross-country to Brooklyn, determined to make it as a full-time artist.
Adam is 45 years old and graduated from Columbia University in 1994.
He used to hang out with the Hamptons crowd, including names recognizable from the social registers.
Going to jail wouldn’t be the worst thing, admits Robert, who is saving up for a new apartment.