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New Technology Provides Instant Restaurant Customer Feedback
Technology finally caught up with local software developer's vision
DAILY Food  February 21, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...That won’t be necessary anymore. These days, Irvine is an equity partner in an Austin-based technology start-up called Humm Systems, that has created a hand-held, customizable customer survey device that provides guests the opportunity to share responses about their dining experience before leaving the restaurant; in effect, talking to the restaurant, rather than venting about it later via social media review sites...."

SXSW Panels: Food and Technology
More highlights from the 2017 food track
DAILY Food  March 13, 2017, by Emily Beyda
"...We all know how delicious kimchi, balsamic vinegar, or a nice cheese can be, but fermentation is also a good way to introduce more good microbes into your body. According to Garg, "Fermentation is the longest-standing form of biotechnology..."

Cover 3
Sports bar's only gimmick is good food
Food Review  April 12, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...When I was trying to come up with the best way to describe successful sports bars, the recurring idea was the admonition in an old number from the Fifties musical Gypsy. In the song, seasoned strippers map out the road to success for the young Gypsy Rose Lee, singing, "You gotta get a gimmick, if you wanna get ahead!" Sports bars are known by their gimmicks, using suggestive names (Hooters, Bikinis); scantily clad female servers (ditto); sports-related names (Champions, Third Base, Legends); cutting-edge, big-screen TV technology (Cool River Cafe, Dave & Buster's); craft beer and custom cocktails (this attraction is growing); plus salty and spicy, guy-oriented snack food that encourages drinking (all of these places)...."

Vision of a New Republic
Plans for the Revitalization of Republic Square
News Story  July 13, 2001, by Chale Nafus
"...Indeed, the site's proximity to the Austin Museum of Art could create a number of performance opportunities: indoor and outdoor music, film, art, and lectures. The Art and Technology Gallery of AMOA will contain some exhibits that can be seen from the park..."

Tomodachi Sushi
Steve Riad and Tina Son serve up a seamless sushi experience
Food Review  August 3, 2012, by Wes Marshall
"...It's small but seamless, reminiscent in quality-per-listing of the Eastside Cafe's wine list. She also designed the interior, something she learned while at the Fashion Institute of Technology's School of Design in New York City..."

From Tweeting to Eating
How food and technology are changing Austin
Food Story  March 12, 2015, by Rachel Feit
"...Ask anyone in the high-tech industry about what they like to do for entertainment and a common response is "Eat." Tech industry people are legendary foodies. Maybe it has something to do with all the comestible perks technology companies offer their employees..."

Food-o-File
Rumors! Babies! SouthBites!
Food Column  February 21, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Consider this: If a restaurant server delivered an iPad-like device to your table with the final bill that allowed you to immediately share feedback about the restaurant experience, would you use it? Software developer and entrepreneur Bernard Briggs and his business partner, Food Network celebrity chef Robert Irvine, were in Austin a couple of weeks back promoting their new product to local restaurants. Humm is a patent-pending technology that allows restaurant owners to capture guest feedback with a high success rate while diners are still in the restaurant..."

Countdown, 2001
Columns  March 14, 1997
"...The Telecommunications Commission has been turning its attention to this, obviously in terms of technology. Ironically, however, it is not a technological question...."

Treats for the Sweet
1997 Valentine's Day Guide
  February 7, 1997
"...Sixth, 472-2037. Treat your loved one to a wonderful meal, and support tomorrow's women in science to boot! The restaurant is sponsoring a Valentine's Dinner that will benefit Tomorrow's Women in Science & Technology (TWIST), a non-profit organization that presents seminars for young women in grades 6-8 with an interest in math and science in hopes that they will pursue careers in these fields..."

Mother's Day Cookbooks
Tasty reads for (almost) every mom
DAILY Food  May 7, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...This charming, beautifully illustrated kids book traces a dish called raspberry fool from England in 1720 to Charlotte, South Carolina in 1810, to Boston in 1910, and finally to San Diego in the present day. Different families in different eras use evolving technology to prepare and enjoy the same fine dessert..."

Politics
Best of Austin Story  September 15, 2000
"...Now that our cousins have gone on to shotgun weddings and a life of dope smoking in the family room, we wonder if that was such a good idea. Thank heavens, then, for Rachel Muir, the founder of Girlstart, a company that encourages girls in math, science, technology (and the occasional pillow fight)..."

Casar Kicks Off
Campaigns rumble into gear – and Doggett talks House sit-in
DAILY News  June 27, 2016, by Michael King
"...“John Lewis conceived this idea – to which he brings such incredible moral authority – of using the sit-in. What’s different about this and a somewhat similar event I participated in with him during the Gingrich era, is technology..."

The Daily Hustle: 2/22/11
Job changes afoot at city
DAILY News  February 22, 2011, by Wells Dunbar
"...Truelove began with the City more than a decade ago as an intern in the Information Systems Department (now Communications and Technology Management). She served as an IT Asset Manager before becoming an Executive Assistant in the City Manager’s Office...."

Feeling the Heat
A profile of the new Texas ACLU and Executive Director Will Harrell
News Story  April 27, 2001, by Michael Erard
"...Harrell's ability to testify credibly on a number of topics (in a recent bout of testifying, he spoke on nine bills before four committees, all of which started at the same time), as well as his good humor, are proven assets. In one instance, a manufacturer was lobbying for a bill to allow police to use a recording technology that analyzes the stress in a speaker's voice..."

Postmarks
The dog-running controversy continues … and chalk another one up for Ventura.
Columns  October 1, 1999
"...She confuses the dog with nature, but a dog isn't nature; a wolf or a coyote is nature. Dogs are the result of selective breeding -- a type of technology that goes back 100,000 years..."

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They Got Nothing on Lacresha
Columns  August 14, 1998
"...While the vast majority of the establishment media is focused on Monica Lewinski and her "soiled dress," an issue of much greater concern to our country is being ignored and covered up. The president of the United States gave communist China top-secret missile technology in exchange for illegal cash, political contributions, and political favors..."

The Q&A Hole: Why Would Anyone Buy a CD These Days?
With Guy Forsyth, Wren Anderson, Chad Nichols, Luna Tart, and more
DAILY Music  January 21, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Chad Nichols of The Transgressors: To be clear, I've always hated CDs. They were an obvious ploy by the record industry to introduce a "new technology" to drive up prices per unit even though they were vastly cheaper to manufacture than vinyl records..."

Postmarks
The libraries hit the books, and environmentalists speak out.
Columns  August 10, 2001
"...I am pleased to advise you that the city's proposed budget for FY 2002 includes funding for the Computer and Technology Centers at Travis and Reagan high schools provided by Capital Area Training Foundation. Over the next year, the city has requested CATF to develop a sustainability plan...."

Post Marks
Park and Ride
Columns  October 31, 1997
"...I was pleased to see so much media coverage of the less polluting automobile technology being designed by Honda and others. It's precisely these advances that make me wonder: Why has the auto industry spent so much time and money fighting EPA's better clean air standard? They could've spent it speeding these improvements into my car and actually cleaning the air we're breathing..."

Unrequited Love
Considering the high prices and small portions, Cuisines Editor Virginia B. Wood admits that to pursue her tryst with Emilia's would make her a fool for love.
Food Story  May 4, 2001, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Each space has been carefully restored, and it's apparent that no expense has been spared. The commercial kitchen and wine cellar are incredibly detailed, featuring state-of-the-art technology that any chef or sommelier would love to have at his or her disposal..."

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