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David Saintloth
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The cost differential between proprietary hardware architectures for rack kit and the OCP variants (produced by a lot more suppliers) finally came to the point that Google had to throw it's hat in the ring to take advantage...and so here they are.
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New tantalizing reports of gravitational waves being detected hit the web recently. So if it does detect them I'd imagine it would detect distal waves with high periodicity rates. The proximal waves are going to have very lon...
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Just one potential line of revenue...in the coming cosmecutical age...of gene editing solutions.
With recent news that yet another new method for performing in vivo gene editing has been discovered the landscape of possibilities looms beyond just the superficial. "Asian flush" is the term used to describe a condition tha...
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A way to leverage social oversight to benefit the customer while still enabling surge pricing advantages.
It's pretty clear at this point that Uber's surge pricing model has been met with mixed reactions and in many cases outright derision by the customer base. The pricing model instituted in some large cities at the end of 2015 ...
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Consolidating some thoughts I've been having on ride sharing tech. and who the players are shaping up to be in the fast changing space.
"Uber has been investing heavily in China, and the service is growing there like crazy. Uber’s service is taking off in China much faster than it did in the United States. Nine months after launching in Chengdu, Uber had 479 ...
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A possible way that they can make even more money going forward leveraging the power of the inherent proof of record that their service enables for origination of all kinds of content.
When I first started blogging at sent2null space one of the main reasons for doing so was to record sketchy thoughts into a public medium where there would be a record of the act of having presented the idea. This would ...
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yet another of possibly many to come...with good potential implications for genetic engineering in the coming decade.
A new paper  published this week describes another bacteria associated system for gene editing, the CrispR-Cpf1 system. As I've been covering this space for over a decade now and predicted in 2009 that gene editing would soon...
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My latest post on the bioethics of gene editing as I analyze the perspective of Steven Pinker.
Steven Pinker provides some details regarding his view that banning gene editing technology outright is naive in this interview. I some times agree with what Pinker states on various issues and on this one a particular area o...
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Confirmation for a hypothesis I put forward years ago.
Thus apparently altruism is a purely socially emergent phenomena and one that is not gene driven. Why is this *not* surprising? In some of my musings on altruism, morality (which I posit emerges from it) and later the ability...
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    BS EE, 1991 - 1997
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David St. Loth, David Saint-loth, David St-Loth
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Discovering new worlds of technology one invention at a time.
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An avid lover of history, technology, biology, math, art , hardware and software since I could remember. I love living fully, exploring the world physically and mentally and sharing the joys of discovery with every one that I meet.
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Designed AgilEntity and Invented Action Oriented Workflow
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Startup Founder and software engineer
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  • Apriority LLC
    Chief Software Architect, 2002 - present
  • The McGraw-Hill Companies
    Senior Software Engineer, 2010 - 2011
  • TheStreet.com
    Senior Software Engineer, 2000 - 2001
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
    PC and Network Consultant, 1998 - 2000
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This Brooklyn extension to the popular outlet on 26th st. in Manhattan brings all the best of Texas BBQ to the heart of the county of Kings. Perfectly situated near the borough hall area and several accessible train lines to take one either into Manhattan or deeper into Brooklyn it's pretty easy to find as it takes up a huge part of the lower levels of the building it is housed in...but enough about the logistics of placement this place is about BBQ! I first found out about it just a few weeks after it opened up and from my several outings to the Manhattan location I knew that the quality of the food would be great, add to it the usual 'first impressions' extra hard work that a new restaurant team tends to do and I was sure I'd get a treat if I got to visit within the first 6 months...here we are over a year later and the quality of service and food has not gone down one iota...in fact it's probably better. The Restaurant actually has two sections, a Hill Country BBQ chicken place is right next door which I've still yet to sample...still mesmerized by the overkill of super fresh and super amazingly cooked options at the main Barbeque market. I usually get a plate loaded with a triple sampling of my must have meats. First the beef ribs...spicy, juicy and amazing....second nice slices of chicken breast...moist and never dry and finally...what seems always like the absolute star of the show the slow cooked Brisket ...juicy and melt in mouth good, perfectly spice rubbed ...I rarely fail to leave this place without requesting a wheel barrow to cart me out as assistance. Aside from the fact that the food is amazing (an endless option of sides go along with the meats....from cheesy baked green beans to mac & cheese to collard greens ...I still haven't tried them all) the place itself is huge, with lots of space for walking around tables...and with two levels it just goes on and on....mean while the sonic atmosphere is equally spicy with various live music bands playing on either the upper or lower level depending on how packed the place is (which it amazingly so far...is rarely but then the warm weather will soon bring a lot of people in to "discover" this gem). I compare Hill Country to some of the known NYC area chains like BBQ's and really there is no comparison. Hill Country is to BBQ's as La Bernaden is to Heartland Brewery, simply outclassed in terms of quality and taste...plus every time I go I always have hearty conversation with the servers who are down to Earth and attentive to diner needs. Go there with a date, go alone....go with your family....fun is the sure outcome when adding in the excellent food.... just remember you might need a wheel barrow to get rolled out of there after your done!!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I love this place, I've been here easily about a half dozen times so far and it makes a perfect eating spot after a few hours spent wandering the nearby Brooklyn Museum or Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. Their mussels need to be tried, their whole fish is delicious and they have a lunch sandwich called Kenny that is a must try if you make it there before the dinner menu. I always have been served well by the staff including the always cordial Marcos, and some how every time I happen to show up Cheryl herself happens to be in the house greeting guests and cooking up the magic we all come to eat. Ambiance is great, with a beautiful "old ship" like design. There is an outdoor back area that allows one to take dinner and drinks while shaded from the sun by the ample trees. No need to make reservations even on busy days and consistent quality make this a go to spot for me, especially when I have a linked visit to the nearby Museum or Botanical Garden, highly recommended.
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The quintessential NYC diner/bar/restaurant a veritable staple of this Big Apple I love and call home. I live in Brooklyn but have been to this place twice in the last 3 weeks just because it's a great experience. The breakfast is your standard fair, eggs how you like...nice options for vegetables and what ever.... sausage links of real pork always crispy skin and juicy meaty middle. Toast your way with butter....when I feel like getting a decadent breakfast experience and I am in the GC area this is where I go. Also their lunches are solid, I had a nice medium well serloin burger ...loaded with the standard toppings on a nicely butter toasted bun with a couple of Guinesses to wash it down. Hit the spot. It's also quite easily the most unique eating location, right across the street from classic NYC landmarks ...Grand Central and the Met Life building and the Helmsely building...with the Chrysler just a block away... it being under the upramp of Park Ave itself, just weirdly awesome. Go and enjoy the NYC moment.
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I've been going to the MMoA since I was in my mid 20's. As a Brooklyn native, I didn't start really exploring Manhattan until that part of my life. t took me a while to get into trekking into the city on the weekends to go take in the huge density of cultural events and places that exists in Manhattan (Brooklyn thankfully is catching up in that regard very quickly). This is about the MMoA though and it is an amazing place, a beautfiful building ensconced into the Central Park beyond, there is no better place to visit and spend an entire day walking the various exhibit halls (in fact you can't really do the whole museum in one day, it would take a couple to really take it in). As an illustrator, graphic designer and photographer I lament not being able to take photos inside the museum even with flash off but my eyes remember what my digital film cannot. Highly recommended must visit stop to any one new to New York or to any natives who didn't start exploring this wonderful city until later in life like me.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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