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Bodega the startup, on the other hand, is a hotel honor bar which gets plonked into an apartment building so “centralized shopping locations won’t be necessary,” founder Paul McDonald told Fast Company. “Bodegas can’t compete with this technology, because it is so much more expensive to have a brick-and-mortar store than a small machine,” spokesman Frank Garcia told FC.
Although in theory, the larger company with the most resources should be able to react more quickly to emerging tech, the reality is that the behemoths don’t have the reactions to deal with new tech and it’s the smaller fish who can react better (“Webmonkey Says, Let Adobe Be,” April 20, 2005).
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The e-books will be announced to promote Adobe’s new e-book format at Seybold Seminars in Boston.
It wasn’t until World War I that the protective helmet was revived to provide some protection from weather, shrapnel and the occasional glancing bullet.
Heres the scenario: you’re at the park with a handful of friends. You’ve got your picnic blanket, snacks, and beer. Everyone’s in a great mood. “Hey, let’s play Cards Against Humanity!” someone says. It’s a great idea, except you can’t, because nobody lugged the game’s big black box of cards to the park.
When I shot this concert footage of my brother’s band, my iPhone encouraged me to upload that video to YouTube, as it still does today. In iOS 6, Apple’s default video destination of uploads will be Vimeo instead, as Mashable points out.
Back when Hamid was a youth in Cairo, studying at a medical school, his religious fervor compelled him to associate with terrorists. “One of the mosques at the school was reserved for Gemaa Islamiyah,” Hamid casually explains over a burger in Arlington, Virginia. Before Hamid decided that he’d prefer not to assassinate the police officer that Gemaa Islamiyah wanted him to kill, he shared mosque time on a few more occasions with the man who would succeed Osama bin Laden. Now senior U.S. generals refer to him as a “treasure.”
In a phone interview, Cho willingly discussed the emails he had sent to Simmons but refused to confirm or deny the authenticity of blog posts appearing under his name. Nonetheless, those posts make many of the same heated arguments as the emails. They accuse Lee of inflating his IQ score and exaggerating his academic achievements while insisting that “this is not hatred or jealousy.” Cho acknowledged that he had commented online about his cousin but said he had stopped some time ago. (Most of the blog posts under his name are no longer online.) In a later email, he asked not to be contacted further by Wired, adding that information under his name has been “falsely and incorrectly attributed” to him.
To some extent, it’s still the case that if one place doesn’t have the right machines to stitch together that textile or to ultrasonically weld it and then tape the bond, the person in charge knows who does. But the garment district is changing. Earlier this year The New York Times reported that just 413 clothing companies remain in the area, with 813,000 square feet of space (down from 1.1 million in 2009). In 1950, 323,669 people worked on textile products in New York. In 2016, that number was 22,626.