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Bloomberg - MADE: Bloodroot Blades Forges Knives From Scrap Metal http://bloom.bg/1MtErfV
This is the first episode of MADE, a series of simple, lovely short films that demonstrate how everyday luxury objects are created. This seven-episode arc honors the process and craftsmen behind these items, because we believe that to truly appreciate an object of world-class quality, you must understand how it's MADE. This installment of MADE focuses on two friends and business partners who create one-of-a-kind knives from metal they recover fro...
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Bloomberg - Hedge Funds are Bringing Back Everyone's Least Favorite Toxic Investment http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-20/cdo-revival-led-by-hedge-funds-pinning-hopes-on-smallest-banks
Joshua Siegel is bringing back a version of one of the most toxic financial vehicles ever devised and arguing that this time it’s going to be different.
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The private and public worlds of technology collided this week with a set of stories about two very different companies: one a large business in its fourth decade, seeking to adjust to a new world; the other a much touted Silicon Valley start-up
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An AI system that detects alterations in the images used in science research papers has been developed by LPixel, a startup spun out of the University of Tokyo.
TOKYO -- A young Japanese entrepreneur is using cutting-edge image processing and artificial intelligence tools to uncover fraudulent research papers.
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those who choose not to empathize enable real monsters for without ever committing an act of outright evil itself, we collude with it through our own apathy. - JK Rowling
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to all the lemmings who frequent this restaurant .... i laugh in your face. HAHAHAHAHA!! Fools. Probably think you're getting "Award Winning" food when all you're getting is an anally over-pretentious bloat to your ego while the Kampachi management silently laugh behind your back as they drain your pockets dry. This is exactly the sort of place you'd see najib and rosmah frequent. birds of a feather i suppose. LOLZ at YOU. And it's not even just the very average food dressed in emperor's new clothes, or the lies of Ian the maitre d. the poor soul is probably just following orders from the onerous management. who by the way are exactly the sort of douche you see coming out of otto beisheim, st. gallen or lausanne. the management is distinctly NOT japanese (you'd never see this sort of douchbagerry in japan), hence the absence of japanese clientele. so, continue to bask in your fakeness. HAHAHAHAH!
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reviewed in the last week
Absolutely horrible. Exorbitant prices, miniscule portions and fish is stale. When everyone around you orders CHICKEN in a Japanese restaurant, you know something is wrong. They cannot move the volume of fish required so whatever can be frozen is frozen for a really long time (gindara). Virtually nobody orders sashimi here so you can just imagine. Staff also quite unprofessional particularly the maitre d.
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
This cafe is supposedly open to the public, but they act like as if this is a exclusive club for frequent chi fitness members. yes, even if you're a chi fitness member and not a regular, you will not be welcomed here. makes one wonder what kind of business model they've got, seeing that they go out of the way to LOSE money as opposed to make money LOL. might as well just close out the whole first floor of the office block and have a special nickelodeon pass for them groupies to access via the elevator. btw, the bhindu midget in the front desk really needs to go.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
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We came to dine in what seemed like a very decent, quiet restaurant in the housing neighborhood of Jalan Kasah, where there are other decent restaurants frequented by well-mannered clientele you would expect of this neighborhood. When I first entered the restaurant I detected a hint of cigaratte smoke, in an air-conditioned Japanese restaurant, which is entirely unheard of. I asked the staff three or four times if this was a non-smoking restaurant. Each time she told me yes. I said someone might be smoking here and each time she said the smoke was coming from downstairs, which I found odd because I didn't detect any hint of smoke while walking up the stairs to this restaurant. Upon being seated, I noticed that in the front room was a bunch of samseng kids drunken and shouting. As it was late, we didn't make a fuss and proceeded to order. Halfway through the food, I smelled a strong smell of cigarettes and saw that one of the samseng boys was smoking in the room. I alerted the Cambodian lady staff (the same one who showed me to my seat), she pretended not to notice and when I told her again, she went in to the room, presumably to notify the guy to put out his cigarette. He seemed to comply, but after a short while went to speak with the chef, and this time boldly lit in the middle of the restaurant, walking in and out with his cigarette lit and puffing away. As the restaurant was tiny with tiny walkways, it quickly filled up with smoke. I then tried to gain attention of the staff closes to me (a Malay lady this time), but she tried to ignore me. When I tried again she stood from afar and asked me with a very disgusted face what I wanted. I then asked her again if this was a non-smoking restaurant. She said yes and I alerted her to the samseng smoker. She said that the chef gave him permission as he was his friend. I found this hard to believe. At this point, I was already boiling inside and the customers sitting next to me also admonished the staff saying how can they allow smoking in the restaurant. So I proceeded to walk to the sushi bar to corroborate the story with the chef himself. It seemed like it took me forever to get him to look up from his empty chopping board. When he finally looked up I asked if this was a non-smoking restaurant. He said yes. I asked if the samsengs in the front room were his friends. He said yes. I asked if he gave permission for them to smoke in a non-smoking restaurant. He said yes. He said 'that is why I wanted to apologize', but did not take further action to tell his friends to stop smoking. Also, he had walked past several customers' tables at least a dozen times before this to entertain his friends with more alcohol, but at no point thought to stop to 'apologize' to the any of the customers and yet he said he 'wanted to apologize'? At this point, I had nothing left to say. One of the samseng girls walked past me while this exchange was going on over the sushi bar and just as she was entering the smoking den, she made a never before heard really loud and awful sound of clearing her throat, no doubt as a signal to say 'suck it'. The lady in neighboring table was so shocked she looked up and said aloud 'what was that??'. Chef Wong would do well to open an underground gambling den, adorned with golden dragons and armed body guards. And definitely not one in Bangsar or Damansara Heights. He has some incredibly unsavory gangster 'friends' (perhaps from his days in the Imbi wild west) who frequent his restaurant to create a real ruckus. Problem is that Chef Wong is too immature to distinguish between friends and business, so he chooses his friends instead of business. Or maybe he just couldn't care less to do proper business because he's being bankrolled by his gangster friends and family. Either way, not only is this not an uncomfortable environment to dine in, it is also not a safe place to visit lest some Shanghai Tang sh*t hits the fan and you become collateral damage in the midst of it. Will not be coming back.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Not a very welcoming place. No a la carte on weekends. Only a lousy RM115++ buffet.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
the only thing naughty about this place is the fact that it's dirty. very dirty. i mean, you can smell the armpits of the kitchen cookers on the sweet potato fries and in the bbq sauce. yes, it's that naughty.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago