Posts Tagged ‘ food ’

NanoBriefing Thursday 19 January 2012

Jan 19th, 2012 | By

 Straightforward article about the way travel can change your life – the mention “No one ever becomes a hedgefund manager” as a result of a revelation while travelling, is amusing (though the role is one of the more fascinating of unlikely directions to see as the ideal path) and simple as it may be the
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Oh Really The Very Best

Nov 29th, 2011 | By

Perhaps Grace Kelly dined here, or at least nearby or at least she drove up here from time to time. Driving a sports car on the fabled corniches roads of the French Riviera, sometimes the destination would be a village, a restaurant, a terrace with a view – a platter of fine food and wine
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US Innovation, Food trucks

Jun 10th, 2009 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. The Failed Promise of Innovation in the U.S., by Michael Mandel During the past decade, innovation has stumbled. And that may help explain America’s economic woes If the reality of innovation was less than the perception, that helps explain why America’s apparent boom was built on
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