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foodweneedfood:

eataku:

The amazing “When Peter Luger Goes Out For Pizza” pizza from the newly-opened HEARTWOOD in Chelsea, NYC… creamed spinach, braised short rib and fresh horseradish!!
This place has incredible food! I’ll be doing a more detailed post shortly.
http://heartwoodnyc.com

Funny, the exact same dish appears in the book, Chef Daniel Boulud: Eating in New York, under the name Steakhouse Pizza.

Bucket list.

foodweneedfood:

eataku:

The amazing “When Peter Luger Goes Out For Pizza” pizza from the newly-opened HEARTWOOD in Chelsea, NYC… creamed spinach, braised short rib and fresh horseradish!!

This place has incredible food! I’ll be doing a more detailed post shortly.

http://heartwoodnyc.com

Funny, the exact same dish appears in the book, Chef Daniel Boulud: Eating in New York, under the name Steakhouse Pizza.

Bucket list.

disoriented

disoriented:

Found because of previous reblog… Attention caterpillarcowboy if you haven’t found it already…

Set List:

  • Robert Glasper & Jason Moran, "Boogie Woogie Stomp" (Glasper, piano; Moran, piano)
  • Lou Donaldson feat. Dr. Lonnie Smith, "Blues Walk" (Donaldson, alto saxophone; Smith, organ; Lionel Loueke, guitar; Kendrick Scott, drums)
  • Lou Donaldson feat. Dr. Lonnie Smith, "Whiskey Drinkin’ Woman"(same personnel)
  • Lou Donaldson feat. Dr. Lonnie Smith, "Alligator Boogaloo" (same personnel)
  • Joe Lovano, "Fort Worth/I’m All For You" (Lovano, tenor saxophone; Lionel Loueke, guitar; Fabian Almazan, piano; Derrick Hodge, bass; Kendrick Scott, drums)
  • Bobby Hutcherson & McCoy Tyner, "Walk Spirit Talk Spirit"(Hutcherson, vibraphone; Tyner, piano)
  • Bobby Hutcherson & McCoy Tyner, "Blues On The Corner" (same personnel)
  • Bobby Hutcherson & McCoy Tyner, "African Village" (same personnel)
  • Dianne Reeves, "Dreams" (Reeves, voice; Terence Blanchard, trumpet; Robert Glasper, piano; Derrick Hodge, bass; Kendrick Scott, drums)
  • Dianne Reeves, "Stormy Weather" (Reeves, voice; Terence Blanchard, trumpet; Peter Martin, piano; Derrick Hodge, bass; Kendrick Scott, drums)
  • Terence Blanchard, "Wandering Wonder" (Blanchard, trumpet; Lionel Loueke, guitar; Fabian Almazan, piano; Derrick Hodge, bass; Kendrick Scott, drums)
  • Norah Jones, "The Nearness Of You" (Jones, voice/piano)
  • Norah Jones, "I’ve Got To See You Again" (Jones, voice; Wayne Shorter, saxophone; Jason Moran, piano; John Patitucci, bass; Brian Blade, drums)
  • Wayne Shorter, Medley (Shorter, saxophone; Danilo Perez, piano; John Patitucci, bass; Brian Blade, drums)

I was fortunate to see Dr Lonnie Smith perform a couple years ago at The Jazz Standard, he was awesome!

Also, John Patitucci and Brian Blade are seriously underrated.

gbattle
We get a subscription music service that we believe is the first subscription service that really got it right. They had the insight early on to know how important human curation is. That technology by itself wasn’t enough — that it was the marriage of the two that would really be great and produce a feeling in people that we want to produce.

- Tim Cook regarding importance of Beats Music in Beats acquisition.

As author of the original strategy deck for Beats Music**, emphasizing everything in the above quote, I have but one thing to say:

I love it when a plan comes together.

With Jimmy Iovine et. al. at the helm of Apple’s music vision, the music community should prepare itself for an incredible future over the next 10 years.  They’re just getting started!

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**I wish I’d taken equity instead of cash.  In hindsight, some plans don’t always come together.  Womp womp.  Haha!

(via gbattle)

You have a lot to be proud of, my friend. Kudos.

sawickipedia
rafer:

Rafer sez:Photography is finally building the commercial footprint that a bunch of us fogies dreamed about, and the investment world is jumping in to figure it out. Per Instagram and Snapchat, photos have been a fabulous distribution loss leader, but profit is on the horizon. Ubiquitous imaging is about to change the world even more than phone cameras did. I spent a lot of the ’90s on mobile imaging when the phones were still too far from reality. No one could yet make money or even gain distribution. Just 15 years later, Neuromancer is about to show up. Molly Millions might just get her specs this decade. 
While the most visually dramatic apps are still the vertical ones, like APX pictured above, the every day uses are coming. Last year, a pal of mine tried to ship an iPad app that let you point the camera at a pile of Ikea parts and it would highlight the which hole to address with which screw.  Google is getting into the act at an industrial level with a new tablet prototype.
Much as Gibson feared when he wrote Neuromancer, Molly’s eyepieces might well respond to OK Google, Hello Amazon, or FML Facebook. The open source stack for smart mobile and wearable devices has not emerged. History tells us the open stack emerges once the hardware commoditizes, but that’s a nervewracking, decades-long wait. I’m encouraged that open commoditization is happening already in Google, Facebook, and Amazon’s clouds, but I might be rationalizing.  
While we’re waiting, advertising, and ecommerce are going to be footing the bill for whole visual communications shebang. Photo ads will matter on Pinterest, Instagram, and far across the mobile internet. The first real discussion of the challenges and opportunities of profitable businesses in this sector will be at Vision Summit in NYC next week. The guy putting it on — Evan Nisselson — of LDV Capital is an incredibly focused seed investor in imaging, and he’s put together a great day. 
Get to New York next week.

I’ll be there!

rafer:

Rafer sez:
Photography is finally building the commercial footprint that a bunch of us fogies dreamed about, and the investment world is jumping in to figure it out. Per Instagram and Snapchat, photos have been a fabulous distribution loss leader, but profit is on the horizon. Ubiquitous imaging is about to change the world even more than phone cameras did. I spent a lot of the ’90s on mobile imaging when the phones were still too far from reality. No one could yet make money or even gain distribution. Just 15 years later, Neuromancer is about to show up. Molly Millions might just get her specs this decade. 

While the most visually dramatic apps are still the vertical ones, like APX pictured above, the every day uses are coming. Last year, a pal of mine tried to ship an iPad app that let you point the camera at a pile of Ikea parts and it would highlight the which hole to address with which screw.  Google is getting into the act at an industrial level with a new tablet prototype.

Much as Gibson feared when he wrote Neuromancer, Molly’s eyepieces might well respond to OK GoogleHello Amazon, or FML Facebook. The open source stack for smart mobile and wearable devices has not emerged. History tells us the open stack emerges once the hardware commoditizes, but that’s a nervewracking, decades-long wait. I’m encouraged that open commoditization is happening already in Google, Facebook, and Amazon’s clouds, but I might be rationalizing.  

While we’re waiting, advertising, and ecommerce are going to be footing the bill for whole visual communications shebang. Photo ads will matter on Pinterest, Instagram, and far across the mobile internet. The first real discussion of the challenges and opportunities of profitable businesses in this sector will be at Vision Summit in NYC next week. The guy putting it on — Evan Nisselson — of LDV Capital is an incredibly focused seed investor in imaging, and he’s put together a great day. 

Get to New York next week.

I’ll be there!

iwasframed
nprradiopictures:

From our friends at The Salt.
Thousands of people cross the U.S.-Mexico border everyday. An untold number buytostilocos — chips loaded with toppings many might consider loco, as in crazy.
The gastronomic marvel that is tostilocos involves a snack-sized bag of salsa verde-flavored Tostitos piled with hot sauce, pickled pork rinds, chopped cucumbers, jicama, deep-fried peanuts, tamarind candy, pickled fruit sauce called chamoy and a squeeze of lime. All those toppings go straight in the bag, and often spill out over the sides.
This combination of salt, sour, sweet and heat will set you back about $3. And it is not for the faint of heart.
Hot, Sour, Sweet And Mobile: Loco Border Street Food
GIF Credit: Kainaz Amaria/NPR

It’s like Frito pie!

nprradiopictures:

From our friends at The Salt.

Thousands of people cross the U.S.-Mexico border everyday. An untold number buytostilocos — chips loaded with toppings many might consider loco, as in crazy.

The gastronomic marvel that is tostilocos involves a snack-sized bag of salsa verde-flavored Tostitos piled with hot sauce, pickled pork rinds, chopped cucumbers, jicama, deep-fried peanuts, tamarind candy, pickled fruit sauce called chamoy and a squeeze of lime. All those toppings go straight in the bag, and often spill out over the sides.

This combination of salt, sour, sweet and heat will set you back about $3. And it is not for the faint of heart.

Hot, Sour, Sweet And Mobile: Loco Border Street Food

GIF Credit: Kainaz Amaria/NPR

It’s like Frito pie!

infoneer-pulse
It seems clear that MOOCs are neither the cataclysmic disruptor that advocates predicted nor the flash in pan their critics were hoping for,” writes Andrew P. Kelly, director of the Center on Higher Education Reform at the American Enterprise Institute and the author of the Bellwether report. MOOCs are like free gyms, says Mr. Kelly. They might enable some people—mostly people who are already healthy and able to work out without much guidance—to exercise more. But they won’t do much for people who need intensive physical therapy or the care of a doctor.