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Rajiv Vyas
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Some great writing on #wholefoods  
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This is longish but one of the best video interviews I have watched in a long time.
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He is very smart and very impressive.
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Facebook is making us.......
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+Rajiv Vyas What is amazing is even when contract phones at $50 still cost $400 for the unlocked version. The only one benefiting from volume is the carrier. Consumers are left hostage to the contract or carrier. Really sucks. I thought Google was trying to change that by virtually destroying margin to increase proliferation. You know Eric Schmidt had commented a while back saying I don't need to make money on Android, I just need to make $10 in advertising from each user to have a massive business. $10 on a billion users is quite big. MotoX could be the hardware part of the goal (I hope).
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Video games have bigger budgets and more revenue than blockbuster Hollywood movies.
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Are there any official/unofficial sales numbers available for Chromecast? I know it has been the #1 selling item on Amazon in at least three categories.
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Getting mine aug-12:-) 
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Interesting piece on how much lower medical costs are in India compared to the US. Great opportunity for  #medicaltourism  
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  • Boston University
    2006
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Excellent and relatively cheap sit-down restaurant. They have a few good vegetarian options. We ordered Clayuda (Mexican Pizza) and Enfrijoladas and both were delicious!
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is very good Indian restaurant with excellent service. If I had to give it a star rating though, I would be stretching it with a 3 star and the reason being that it's very expensive. We ordered Bhindi and Mutter Paneer. The main entree are reasonably priced but you don't get rice with it and have to order it separately and like everything, the quantity is small. Rotis are small and almost 50% more than what we have paid at other Indian restaurants. And appetizers as well as desert was a bit pricey.
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Food: Very goodDecor: Poor to fairService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is probably the most expensive Indian restaurant I have dined at for dinner. Price is around 30% to almost 100% more and the portions are very small. Samosas for instance are close to $5 and a third the size of what one gets at Samosa House in Los Angeles. Papadum is $4, while most Indian restaurants serve them complimentary. Entrees are around 30% more expensive than The Taj Palace in the Palisades and half the quantity. And the food did not stand out for the price they charge. Don't get me wrong, the food was good but it was way overpriced.
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Quality: GoodAppeal: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is superb Indian cuisine for a very reasonable price (Chole with two Bhaturas are $3.99). They don't have a large menu but what they have is excellent. The food is very much like home cooked meal (Ghar ka Khana). The Aloo Paratha and Chole Bhaturas are as Indian as you could get.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
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This is a great hole in the wall type of place and they do haircuts for both man and woman. They are also very reasonable. Philip, the main guy there charged me $10 and spent 30 odd minutes on a simple 1 inch trim. I would highly recommend them.
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The only reason for the zero rating on the food is because this place is ridiculously expensive. An order of a bagel with egg white and no butter, cream cheese or ham, plus coffee, cost $11.09. The same order cost $5 or less elsewhere.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is a great place to get some good mediterranean cuisine. Great falafel at very reasonable price and lots of vegetarian and vegan options.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
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