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  • Patt Morrison Asks: Alice Waters

    Patt Morrison Asks: Alice Waters
    Little bistro, huge impact. Like a different sort of miracle of the five loaves and two fishes, Chez Panisse, the landmark Berkeley restaurant, and its founder and guiding spirit, Alice Waters, have leveraged a small temple of slow, local and organic food into a massive force in the culinary world. Now that appetite for a new/old food culture has begun to register on the public's consciousness, if not always on its plate. Waters is clearing her table of most everything but the Edible Schoolyard Project: If we are what we eat, she wants children in class, on the playground and in the cafeteria kitchen to change their identities by the forkful.
  • YouTube's Robert Kyncl charts Internet video's meteoric rise

    YouTube executive Robert Kyncl took the consumer electronics industry on a trip through a time machine -- just five years ago -- when subscription service Netflix didn't stream movies online, Internet television service Hulu didn't exist and YouTube was...

    Facebook offering tickets with Ticketmaster, ScoreBig, others

    Five major ticketing services, including Ticketmaster, ScoreBig, StubHub, TicketFly and Eventbrite, are launching Facebook applications to be sell tickets to the social network's 800 million users.

    Start-up spotlight: LuxeYard brings social aspect to flash sales

    LuxeYard, which offers luxury home decor at 70% off retail through its members-only website, aims to combine social media with flash sales.

    Facebook, Google, other firms team to fight email phishing scams

    Major tech firms including Google, Facebook and Microsoft team together to fight email phishing scams.