By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
Adam Kotkin is freaked out.
As a longtime resident of New York City, it may be hard to imagine that, after years of living and traveling through the petri dish that is the Big Apple, he’d get freaked out by a little outbreak of something like bedbugs.
OK, maybe it’s an epidemic. No, it may be worse.
“They call it an epidemic,” Kotkin, 31, said. “I call it a pandemic.”
So what’s he doing about it, besides avoiding movie theaters and stripping hotel room beds before he even gets his luggage in the door? He’s doing his cyberduty by telling iPhone users where the bedbugs are.