That’s why we’ve gathered the best offers from our favorite retailers in fashion, beauty, home décor, kitchen gadgets, and more. Like all our Recommender picks, they promise to be high quality, beautifully designed, and thoughtfully executed. Happy shopping! … [Read more...] about Your ultimate Cyber Monday shopping guide
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Also different: While you have one primary waitperson, dressed in gray, each course is brought to you by a different server. Those servers’ fingers show tell-tale signs of food handling: If it seems that they are unclean it’s because their hands are smeared with remnants of the food they just prepared that they then present to you. It turns out those “waiters” are actually chefs (you can tell because they wear white), who, in Noma’s unique non-hierarchy, also serve the food they make. “That way the chefs aren’t stuck in their heads, without sunlight and without the satisfaction of seeing people eat your food,” sous chef Samuel Nutter explains. “I think it really works for the guests and is really beneficial for the chefs.” … [Read more...] about How The Best Restaurant In The World Stays That Way
I find it is always best to be authentic about the situation. With all of that said, my biggest tip for parents interviewing in 2021 is to make sure you’re interviewing the company right back. Saying that you care about families as a business owner is one thing; being able to prove it in an empathetic and supportive manner is another. Ask questions about different company initiatives they have put in place to help parents during this time. How have they supported other team members in similar situations to yours? Ask them about their company culture and their thoughts on things such as family-flexibility hours. They’re looking to see that you check all of their boxes—make sure they’re checking off yours. … [Read more...] about You have a job interview over Zoom. The kids are home. Now what?
“This season, I introduced Daryl’s poncho, which was inspired by practicality and evoked the Wild West,” says Womble. “I was taking a risk introducing so bold an item–the colors are stronger than what he usually wears and the ladies love his arms. It was a horse blanket that I cut and stitched with ugly overstitching. I wanted it to look like Daryl did it himself, to use to sleep and cover himself. I had to do it so it didn’t get in the way of the bow and arrow. Norman was very excited to get it. He calls it his ‘blankie.’ He always asks, ‘Can I wear my poncho in this scene?’ I’m like, ‘It’s not that cold, Norman.'” … [Read more...] about What To Wear To The Apocalypse: Walking Dead Costumer Eulyn Womble On Telling A Story With Wardrobe
HAI’s reach as an institution is helping to cross new divides as well, beyond those that separate academic worlds. Partnerships with corporations, governments, and NGOs, for instance, will be essential in building a larger community around these values. Already, for example, they’ve helped us organize cross-disciplinary workshops that bring ethical, philosophical, and legal expertise to bear on contentious technologies like facial recognition, with audiences of executives and legislators at both the state and federal level. And our relationships with tech leaders like Google and Amazon allow us to offer powerful cloud computing access—a foundational but often cost-prohibitive resource for modern AI research—to young, innovative thinkers in the form of grants. … [Read more...] about An artificial intelligence scholar urges technologists to embrace humility