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Jeffrey Chew
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by Jeff Chew (@therealjeffchew) – Technology @Razorfish. On March 17th, I gave a talk at the Google office in Chelsea describing how to build a scalable AngularJS project. The magnitude of this kept with me for weeks leading up to this event, seeing that AngularJS is a JavaScript framework ...
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Very cool. Can't wait to watch the presentation.
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Google's long-rumored smartwatch is real, and still "officially" expected to begin shipping in mid to late March. However, many members of the smartwatch team..
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Just discovered this blog. Really amazing mix of happy and sad stories from New Yorkers!
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Oh. Saw this a while ago. They have a Facebook page too. 
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Shook Norman Reedus's hand this morning.....
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You lucky bastard lol
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I was excited at first for CSS Regions when +Paul Irish demoed it at SXSW awhile ago. Interesting take on this still experimental feature...
Håkon Wium Lie is the father of CSS, the CTO of Opera, and a pioneer advocate for web standards. His last article in this magazine led directly to real fonts on the web. When Håkon speaks, whether we always agree or not, we listen. In today’s post, Håkon shares his opinion on CSS Regions.
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by Jeff Chew (@therealjeffchew) – Technology @Razorfish. On March 17th, I gave a talk at the Google office in Chelsea describing how to build a scalable AngularJS project. The magnitude of this kept with me for weeks leading up to this event, seeing that AngularJS is a JavaScript framework ...
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Web development in a nutshell:
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This is great news! Looking forward to the expanded Chromecast support!

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier won't be hitting theaters until April, but Marvel is already putting the third entry in the series together. Variety reports that Joe and Anthony Russo, the...
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For the designers, a nice list of design tools and resources!

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  • Columbia University
    Engineering & Management Systems, 1995 - 1999
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  • Razorfish
    Senior Presentation Layer Architect, 2015 - present
  • Razorfish
    Presentation Layer Architect, 2013 - 2015
  • Razorfish
    Senior Presentation Layer Engineer, 2012 - 2013
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    Director of User Interface Design & Development, 2010 - 2012
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    Interface Guru, 2004 - 2010
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New York, NY
Our favorite brunch place! Hands down the best poached eggs and French toast, plus they make their own bread on the premises! Staff is super friendly and always accommodating.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
FYI 300 Chubb Avenue is their corporate office location, and not one of their supermarket locations.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I've been here a few times before, though haven't been in awhile so decided to take my wife here. This place is just as awesome as every other time! Must to get are the churros with hot chocolate. Also try the eggs rancheros, you won't be disappointed! Be sure to make reservations. It gets crowded after 12!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
My wife and I love coming here time and again, and they never fail to disappoint! Last night in particular, we shared family style a Calamari Fritti, Black And White Tagliatelle (clams / mussels / shrimp / scallops / squid), and a pizza that was half Vodka (vodka sauce / fresh mozzarella) and half Sausage & Broccoli Rabe (sweet sausage / broccoli rabe / mozzarella). We were all hungry, and the calamari hit the spot! The tagliatelle was very flavorful, and the seafood was incredibly fresh! Most of the table liked the vodka side of the pizza more, but the bitterness of the broccoli rabe balanced the whole pizza out. Service was great and everyone was super friendly, despite their usual busy dinner crowd. If anyone is ever in the mood for pizza/great italian food and in the area, I highly recommend giving Rubirosa a visit!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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The food here is very fresh and tasty, and seemed to be pretty packed on a Friday evening. My wife and I ordered the Tuna Tartar, Crispy Fried Oysters, Uni Tororo fresh sea urchin & grated mountain yam, Kamo Seiro duck slice & tokyo negi (green onion) soba, and the Sake - Oyako Don fresh salmon sashimi & salmon roe. The rice bowls were both amazing, and you have to get the Tuna tartar if you can. Our least favorite dish was the soba, but it still wasn't that bad.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I was reluctant to try this restaurant based on Yelp reviews and plus never had high expectations for hotel restaurants, but I just came from a 3 hour drive from Manhattan and decided I was too tired and hungry to walk out of the hotel and be adventurous (not to mention it was a bit on the late side already). I'll just tell it as it is: it was a welcome meal after a long tiring drive. I didn't ge too fancy, and just went with a burger with fries, and a glass of wine. The burger was decent, and plus side is that you have plenty of options to make it the way you like it. The fries were also a generous portion, and were nice and large (albeit a little bit on the greasy side, no biggie). I most likely won't come here again, so probably won't get a chance to experiment with the other dishes. I'm guessing you shouldn't try to order anything too fancy here, as I was quite content with my burger and fries (but I could be wrong). Staff was incredibly friendly, and my server checked on me occasionally. Best part, I can use the hotel wi-fi at my table. If you're a guest at the Hilton and have the time, give the place a try. It deserves a little bit better than the 2.5 star Yelp rating I saw at the time of this review.
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reviewed 2 years ago
My wife and I took a friend here for brunch and had a great time! The staff is super friendly and non-pretentious, and inside is really gorgeous. The brunch food is great, and if you decide that you aren't having cocktails, you can save lots of money by buying a la carte instead of the pre-fixe. I recommend the Pad Thai and the Eggs Benedict if this is your first time here for brunch.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago