Ted Acworth is inching closer to his goal of making the ancient art form of mosaics accessible to most 21st century homeowners. Acworth, a mechanical engineer and world traveler, started the Boston-based company Artaic a decade ago after he looked into decorating his home with custom tile mosaics, but discovered it would be too expensive […]
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I'll let you read the rest of this story straight from the source:
It's a cute, little story, isn't it?
It's also no accident. Spencer has an executive role at Microsoft, one that reports directly to CEO Satya Nadella, but he's also very much the "face" of Xbox. He's always on stage at Microsoft's annual E3 press conferences speaking directly to the console brand's legion of fans, and he's generally one of the more accessible exec types for media folks like me to chat with. Read more...More about Entertainment, Gaming, Xbox, Xbox One, and Phil Spencer