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IBM Watson BBQ Sauce Reviewed, And Here’s The Dinner I Made

Mike Caprio 10 Replies

IBM Watson Is My New Sous Chef You’ve surely heard of the IBM Watson human-designed machine intelligence which competed against two human champions and won the game show “Jeopardy!”. If you went to [The Festival In Texas That Shall Not Be Named] this year you very likely ate from a number of food trucks during […]

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Tacos Morelos (Williamsburg)

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One often hears West Coast expatriates decrying the state of Mexican food in New York – and for good reason. Very few eateries here in our fair city live up to the standards set by San Francisco, Los Angeles, and of course, Mexico City. This is doubly true for taco trucks and carts, which innumerably dot the landscape on the left coast in comparison to the scattering of vendors here. Here in Williamsburg, we’re lucky to have several carts to choose from, and my first exploration was the one I pass by most frequently: Tacos Morelos on the Northwest corner of Bedford and North 7th.

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New York Asian Film Festival 2010 – GO SEE IT

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I’m going out on a limb and saying that NYAFF is the best film festival you can see in New York City. Why is that, you may ask? Well, I will cite the following:

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Fallout: Apple iPad

Mike Caprio 4 Replies

No handwriting/gesture recognition or pen computing. No cameras. No haptic feedback. No voice control demonstrated, though I can’t see why they’d remove that. 3G only on more expensive models, and no announcement of carriers other than AT&T though the devices aren’t locked so one presumes other carriers will support it. Saying that the iPad is […]

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Semi-irregular Comics Mike is Reading

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Batman and Robin – Seems like this is delayed for some reason. I still recommend picking it up though, it seems to be readily available as back issues on all the shelves (don’t know why, it’s a good book). Top 10 Season Two – I think I hear crickets. Red Mass For Mars – Wait […]

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