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Filtered on: #Sushi > showing 4 comments covering 100 days
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!BlueOcean glass balls in the bar of this #Sushi restaurant.
&Rob 2014-01-31  


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Celebrate International #Sushi Day


It is easy to #celebrate this day, provided you like Sushi!

I have not seen any Hallmark cards you can send your friends, but then again it feels more like a social media / web only day of celebration.

&Rob 2014-06-18  


&neo 2014-02-16  


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Your #Sushi May Be Getting Smarter


What if individual food items had smart labels that gave consumers the information-beyond simple expiration dates-to determine whether something is safe to eat from the moment they pick it up at the store? #Thinfilm , for example, makes paper-thin electronic labels that are bendable and rewritable. Its CEO, Davor Sutija, says there's value in offering more item-by-item information without relying on centralized infrastructure to make sense of it.
&Rob 2014-08-19  


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