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With 2014 coming to a close, it's time for the SIM Partners team to highlight some of our top technology predictions for 2015. Although a number of our pred
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What is ‘Not Provided’? When people use a search engine and visit a site, the keyword they used is typically passed to the Webmaster. For example, doing
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It would take about seven months to travel this distance in a spaceship. Better be some good in-flight entertainment. In case you're wondering, you'd need about 2000 feature-length movies to occupy that many waking hours. Sit back and relax. Jupiter is more than 3 times as far as we just ...
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  • Northern Illinois University
    1993 - 1998
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  • SIM Partners
    Partner, 2006 - present
  • Orbitz.com
    Search Marketing Manager, 2005 - 2006
  • Proceed Interactive
    Account Manager
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Olga's team of Keith, David, Michael & David were absolutely fantastic during our move last weekend. They arrived 15 minutes early, were very careful and methodical about how to fit everything into the truck and were able to finish by early afternoon. Zero damage + zero stress = as great of a move as you could possibly ask for. Highly recommended!
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reviewed a year ago
I'd say at least 10% of the time I dine out, I find myself here. Really solid vegetarian friendly comfort food with an awesome beer list makes this place perfect for my wife and I. Their brunches are fantastic too and the Bloody Hammer is the one bloody mary in the city that I order without fail when having brunch. Probably the only downside is occasionally the inside can get very loud when it gets busy.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've never eaten inside the restaurant but love ordering takeout and deliver from this place. For the most part the Thai part of their menu is pretty good, though some of the dishes are a bit too sweet for my tastes. The curries, in particular, are dishes I constantly reorder and would recommend highly. I don't think the sushi is terrible but I generally skip it as it isn't up to par with other Japanese restaurants that deliver to me. Delivery can sometimes take awhile but they always overestimate when you will receive the food so when it comes quickly it's a nice surprise.
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Public - a year ago
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Delicious noodle dishes here. I particularly like the ramen (which actually reminds me more of a pho) and rice cakes but most everything I've tried has been above average.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My wife and I made it out here on Saturday and we both loved the food and experience. Having heard about 2+ hour waits, we arrived about 20 minutes before it opened to try and make the first seating. Unfortunately we were the cut off point so were ushered to a back room where they had a snack and drink menu to order from. My wife ordered the Pimms Cup and then a sangria-ish wine and coke drink which we both agreed were decent, if a bit ordinary. The wines I ordered throughout the night were much better than any of the cocktails we tried. The food Fat Rice were brilliant. Appetizer wise, the pickles plate was refreshing, the nuts were deliciously smokey and sweet but, by far, the best was the bacalahau. A super fresh salt-cod smear on fresh baked bread, the dish tasted like summer and is something I will be ordering again. The vegetable curry was quite good as well, though very light on the spice for my tasting. The piri piri chicken was wonderfully smokey with a very rich tomato sauce complimenting it nicely. We ended the meal with their take on rice crispy treats. I thought the nori was a great touch and it was very light - something we needed after consuming all that other food. The space was very nice with a huge open kitchen taking up most of it and the service was attentive, helpful and friendly. Overall, one of the better dining experiences I've had lately and a great addition to Logan Square.
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reviewed a year ago
I had a very nice visit with above average sushi. The best part of the night was talking with Sang, the sushi chef, about traditional vs new sushi and him whipping up an ume shisho onigiri on the spot for me! Absolutely delicious and it had real ume, not that paste that most restaurants have and it transported me back to a trip to Japan I took 5 years ago. I will definitely be back next time I visit Boston!
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