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Is Photographing A Meal 'Taking Intellectual Property Away' From A Chef?

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Via Rob Hyndman, we discover that at least one chef believes that taking photos of food he cooks, and then posting them on the internet, is "taking" his "intellectual property." We've discussed in the past how restaurants are yet another area where a lack of copyright protection has actually helped...
Is Photographing A Meal 'Taking Intellectual Property Away' From A Chef?
Glam Media launches Foodie.com, a culinary site with a social network baked in
Glam Media cooks up new Foodie.com social site
Keen On… Samir Arora: Glam Does Food With Foodie.com (TCTV)

VIDEO: 'Bio-hackers' create New York lab

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Community lab rubs shoulders with chefs and designers...
VIDEO: 'Bio-hackers' create New York lab

Tumblr’s editorial hires lead to “Storyboard,” a hub to feature creative users

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Back in early February, word got out that Tumblr had hired an editorial team to surface noteworthy content from the network. Now, Tumblr has announced the results of this initiative, which takes the form of Storyboard, a hub for in-depth conversations with Tumblr’s creative community. We had known that Tumblr’s editorial team...
Tumblr’s editorial hires lead to “Storyboard,” a hub to feature creative users
Cucumbertown Nabs $300K From FarmVille Co-Creator, AngelList's Naval Ravikant To Build A Dribbble For Chefs & Recipes
The dirty secret behind the incubator boom

Pinterest Finally Ditches Invitations, Opens Registration To The Public

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Calling all chefs, wedding planners, stylists, and crafty-types: Pinterest has just opened registration to public after two years of requiring an invite to join. Anyone can now sign up with Twitter, Facebook, or just an email address. Its growth has already been staggering, so it will be fascinating to see what...
Pinterest Finally Ditches Invitations, Opens Registration To The Public

YouTube Japan adds new 'original content' channels: Trains, horror and drawing on faces

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We've seen our fair share of out-there Japan TV programming -- and that looks likely to increase. YouTube has struck a deal with 13 companies that will add original shows and videos to the constantly-growing Japanese library, new videos promised daily. There's a pretty broad array of partners, with...
YouTube Japan adds new 'original content' channels: Trains, horror and drawing on faces
Backed By $500K From Battery Ventures, Science Inc.'s Fresh Dish Launches Ready-To-Cook Dinner Kits Delivered To Your Door

eBay UK launches Secretguru beta site, helps you find experts to get stuff done

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Granted, the name sounds a bit questionable, but Secretguru wants to help you make your life a little better. Still in an early beta pilot testing stage, the site was launched by a wing of Ebay's UK staff in attempts to set professionals up with clients, from chefs to...
eBay UK launches Secretguru beta site, helps you find experts to get stuff done

A deep dive into Barcelona's startup ecosystem, and how it's much like the Sagrada Família

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I had it all figured out. I was going to write a solid feature on the Barcelona startup ecosystem, how it has so many things going for it and yet would probably never become a thriving tech hub like London, Berlin or even Paris or Moscow. I’ve spent the past...
A deep dive into Barcelona's startup ecosystem, and how it's much like the Sagrada Família

Android moves into the kitchen with Dacor's Discovery smart oven

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LAS VEGAS--Lazy or inexperienced cooks across America long for a future where appliances instinctively know how to make a meal. Well, the future is almost here. Luxury appliance maker Dacor expects to introduces its 30-inch, Android-powered Discovery wall oven this week at the International CES. The company says the...
Android moves into the kitchen with Dacor's Discovery smart oven

Is Photographing A Meal 'Taking Intellectual Property Away' From A Chef?

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Via Rob Hyndman, we discover that at least one chef believes that taking photos of food he cooks, and then posting them on the internet, is "taking" his "intellectual property." We've discussed in the past how restaurants are yet another area where a lack of copyright protection has actually helped...
Is Photographing A Meal 'Taking Intellectual Property Away' From A Chef?

Why It Sucks Being An In-House Chef At A Tech Startup

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It sucks to be a chef for a startup, according to one chef, Jonas Luster, writing on Quora. Here's why: It is shit. Let me say this again: shit.I have never had such a job but I am friends with people who were, are, or work under someone who is.First,...
Why It Sucks Being An In-House Chef At A Tech Startup

Cook like a chef, no shopping required, with the power of Science!

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Science, L.A.’s offbeat tech incubator, has just launched its latest creation: FreshDish, a startup that aims to get families of all sizes cooking fresh, healthy food with minimal time and effort. FreshDish has a delightful and simple premise: You sign up for a plan; FreshDish delivers tasty, fresh ingredients...
Cook like a chef, no shopping required, with the power of Science!

This Interactive Burger Joint May Be The Future Of Fast Food

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One of the restaurants that's finally taking advantage of today's high tech advances is 4food – a trendy, futuristic burger joint located in the heart of midtown Manhattan. The restaurant has an interactive build-your-own-burger ordering system, and customers can trademark their creations and even get royalties if someone else orders their...
This Interactive Burger Joint May Be The Future Of Fast Food
Holiday Shopping Guide: The best docks, stands, cases, & cables for your iPad mini
Yelp partners with Locu to bring menus into the 21st century

UNOWHY brings its haute cuisine QOOQ tablet to the US for $399, teaches you how to fondue

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If the PR is to be believed, French outfit UNOWHY (oh yes, really) has already taken its native Gaul by storm with its latest cuisine-focused tablet, dubbed QOOQ. (Actually, the 10.1-incher's formal title is "la tablette QOOQ," merci beaucoup!) And now the company's ready to translate the kitchen-based tech...
UNOWHY brings its haute cuisine QOOQ tablet to the US for $399, teaches you how to fondue

Chef Sleeve's Smart Food Scale sends nutritional info to your iOS device

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Seeing as how Chef Sleeve is best know for its combo cutting board / iPad stand, the company's latest product isn't a huge leap. Sadly, the it didn't actually have a prototype of its Smart Food Scale at its booth here at TechCrunch Disrupt, but we did get a...
Chef Sleeve's Smart Food Scale sends nutritional info to your iOS device

Daily Report: Reality TV Comes to Silicon Valley

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Silicon Valley is finally getting the treatment once reserved for rowdy housewives and excitable chefs: its own Bravo reality series, reports David Streitfeld in Tuesday's New York Times. But the tech world is not quite ready for its close-up....
Daily Report: Reality TV Comes to Silicon Valley

Peer-to-Peer Zaarly Turns Focus From Buyers to Sellers

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Zaarly, the hodgepodge marketplace for goods and services, will now vet, market and guarantee the work of some of the handymen, gardeners, chefs, yoga instructors who make up its sellers. Rather than waiting for potential buyers to dream up what they want and name a price, the new Zaarly Storefronts...
Peer-to-Peer Zaarly Turns Focus From Buyers to Sellers

Breakfast is coming: Combat Kitchenware for warrior chefs

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Arm yourself with a Fighting Man's Frying Pan and the confidence you will defeat your egg enemies, slaughter the sausages, and reign supreme over the stove-top realm. [Read more]...
Breakfast is coming: Combat Kitchenware for warrior chefs

Exclusive: Gilt Groupe to Shutter Park & Bond, Cut Back on Groceries

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Gilt Groupe, the luxury e-commerce and flash sales site, is announcing a restructuring today that will cut back on some of its unprofitable businesses as it prepares to file for a public offering sometime next year. As part of the restructuring, Gilt’s President Andy Page said, it is eliminating the company’s...
Exclusive: Gilt Groupe to Shutter Park & Bond, Cut Back on Groceries

Facebook shares its 'favorite ways' people use Graph Search

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Facebook today shared a summary of its “favorite ways” people have been using Graph Search since the product launched in beta. The company highlighted ways that users are finding out about friends, finding photos, planning trips and discovering new things. There are now hundreds of thousands of users with access...
Facebook shares its 'favorite ways' people use Graph Search

Klout Expands Perks Program With Kitchit Deals

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Social influence measurement service Klout has taken much heat over the past year, spawing direct parody sites and raising questions of its usefulness (outside of nerd bragging rights). But Klout aims to increase its utility with a new partnership with Kitchit, a site that connects pro chefs to dinner party...
Klout Expands Perks Program With Kitchit Deals

The secret to productivity? Spend 12 hours per day reading articles about productivity [Video]

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Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Vooza, “the world’s most unbelievable tech startup.” Every week, Vooza releases a new video that offers outrageous insight into the startup life. Join Vooza’s VIP list for exclusive access to more Vooza. How is Vooza’s CEO so productive? He spends 12 hours a...
The secret to productivity? Spend 12 hours per day reading articles about productivity [Video]
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