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Christopher “Chris” Colabella
Attends Columbia College Chicago
Lives in Chicago
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How to ruin a fanboy.
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This piece of clothing is called the Silic, a T-shirt that is supposedly impossible to stain: http://on.mash.to/JPt0Hr
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The rate of copyright infringement reports +Google received in 2013 is on track to quadruple the number of reports received in 2012. http://on.mash.to/1ebiKRp

#google   #copyright   #internet   #piracy  
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Nest Protect review: a smoke detector for the smartphone generation

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It works! A tiny speaker printed on a single sheet of paper:
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Data shows that Google's self-driving cars are smoother and safer drivers than people: http://on.mash.to/1ceIltg

#google   #selfdrivingcars   #robots  
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I know it's not #Caturday  yet, but I just couldn't wait to post this.

#GetDown!
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Education
  • Columbia College Chicago
    Audio Arts & Acoustics, 2012 - present
  • Bridges Academy
    Middle/Highschool, 2005 - 2012
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This is some of the best Sushi in the city, the quality and taste measures up to some of the Sushi you can get in Japan. Some people have had gripes about service, and I can agree on some levels; hands down you want to sit at the bar, as you can interact and talk directly to the chefs. It is important to remember that service while not at the bar, really depends on the day; how much traffic is going through; how fast people are eating; size of parties that are going through; and finally how much stress the staff is being put under. While I have never ordered take-out; I can see how the staff would be pressed for time. The sheer amount of orders being put together every minute is amazing, the chefs never seem to stop working, so give them a break. While the wait times are long it is very much worth the wait; around 20min to an hour depending on when you get there. It can be a bit awkward for some people to see the people waiting outside the window ogling you, it has never seemed to bother me though. The way seating order works is; you put you name down on a list, picking bar, tables or either. Lots of people, including myself, get there early before opening and put our names down. Some even will go later, put their names down, leave for a bit then come back. Of course this only works well if you live in one of the surrounding communities. They will then call you depending on availability of seating. The atmosphere is generally laid back, people seem to dress casual to casual dress, although I have seen the younger generations in nothing more than t-shirts and shorts. There is no dress code. Over all, I have no regrets giving this Sushi restaurant a 3/3 rating. The amount of money your paying is well worth the quality of food that you are getting.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very good
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