Subs, hoagies, sandwiches – not the fancy, crust-cut-off stuff you eat with extended pinkies, but inordinately large cross-sections of cold cuts, vegetables and other goodies.
By Hal Stern on April 17, 2010
Now on the way home from Ole Miss, via Memphis and Houston. It was a great trip from the work perspective, giving me a chance to talk to Ole Miss business and computer science students about directions in software, privacy, security and trust, and how their work will shape user experiences in the next decade. […]
By Hal Stern on October 16, 2009
I’ve been to Japan twice, and both times have been experiences in new food textures, tastes and presentations. My first trip was in 1992 and earned me the nickname bento-san, literally, “Mr. Box Lunch.” The guys from Nihon Sun hosting me discovered that I loved the equivalent of New York City hot trucks, except in […]