SPONSORED: Presented by Intel Launching a game into the fledgling VR world might for some sound like a risk: become a pioneering early adopter or languish as an also-ran in a field of too few units? For Twisted Pixel Games and Chief Creative Officer Josh Bear it wasn’t an early-technology play as might be suggested by […]
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- Twisted Pixel brings Hollywood A-list voices to VR
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By San Francisco Chronicle - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
Classic steak, not service, Aug. 10, Datebook, E13 The review of Alfred’s Steakhouse misstated the size of the Alfred’s Cut. It is 28 ounces. The review also mischaracterized some of the changes at the restaurant since a fire this year. The restaurant did not previously serve a Caesar salad, and it uses beef that has been finished on grain.
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- Teen who killed man over spilled McDonald’s coffee gets 20 years
By Associated Press - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
STAMFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut teenager who fatally stabbed a man outside a fast-food restaurant during a dispute over spilled coffee has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. The Stamford Advocate reports 17-year-old Marquest Hall was sentenced Tuesday by a judge who called the March 2015 killing of 52-year-old Antonio Muralles “brutal, senseless and...
- Should companies relocate to the suburbs?
By John Crudele - Sunday Jul 16, 2017
Dear John: You are partially right about the attractiveness of telecommuting. Companies have been fleeing Manhattan for decades, often for the benefit of the CEO and his/her commute. Just look around Connecticut, in Greenwich and particularly in Stamford. Fairfield County is home to plenty of Fortune 100 companies. One company, Boardroom, came in the late...