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Pizzeria Delfina Introduces Wait List Camera

Pizzeria Delfina Introduces Wait List Camera

Pizzeria Delfina has partnered with Dropcam to introduce WaitCast, which will allow people to live stream the length of the wait at the restaurant.

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Interview: Getting Crafty with Darby Smart’s Nicole Farb

Interview: Getting Crafty with Darby Smart’s Nicole Farb

When it comes to the tech industry, the words “DIY” and “Craft” aren’t thrown around very often. In fact, until Pinterest came along they were hardly mentioned at all. Nicole Farb is bent on changing that with Darby Smart, a San Francisco startup located that sells Pinterest-inspired projects kits, ranging from $24 to $44.

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Unplugging Technology For A Day

Unplugging Technology For A Day

Starting on Friday evening, a group called Reboot is calling for people worldwide to go technology-free for 24 hours.

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A Look Behind The Creators Project

A Look Behind The Creators Project

The Creators Project, held this past weekend at Fort Mason, was an amazing gathering of music, food, art, film and technology. Spectrum took a look at some of the unique exhibits and creations that were on display. But what does the future hold for the…

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Vice’s The Creators Project Comes to SF

Vice’s The Creators Project Comes to SF

Youth global media company VICE has teamed up with old guard computing corporation Intel for a sizeable two-day arts and technology event to be held at Fort Mason March 17-18.

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2011 Year in Food

2011 Year in Food

Trends frequently pop-up in the food industry only to be kicked to the curb by the next new and exciting thing.  But some have a greater staying power.  Here’s a look back at some of what was seen in the Bay Area food scene this…

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How Steve Jobs Helped Change the World

How Steve Jobs Helped Change the World

I won’t write an obituary for Steve Jobs. First of all, I didn’t know the man, never met him and never talked to him. Writing about him as a person would be pointless; letting his family, friends, colleagues and those that were closest to him…

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Jobs Steps Down as Apple CEO

Jobs Steps Down as Apple CEO

Citing that he is “no longer up to the job as CEO,” Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has resigned from the company he helped to build starting in 1976.

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SF Police Officers Finally Get Email Addresses

SF Police Officers Finally Get Email Addresses

Finally breaking into the technology of the 21st century, San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr recently announced that every single police officer in the department will now have an e-mail address.

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