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While the tech industry is rife with complicated computings, we did find one part of the biz that doesn’t require a background in algorithms: the gourmet grub. Cooked up by tech's top chefs, these recipes are coveted, but we did manage to peek inside the company kitchens and discover some all-time favorite dishes served on campus.
What we discovered may have you submitting a few resumes, just for the food. From sushi tacos (yes, they exist!) to falafel-and-waffle fusions, these seven plates prove that you don’t have to be a software whiz to whip up 21st-century innovation. Get a taste after the jump, and be inspired to take your lunch breaks to new — culinary — heights.
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While Leonard Nimoy is best known for playing the original Spock on Star Trek and later establishing The
Nimoy Foundation, the recently deceased 83-year-old was also a gifted photographer.
has been exhibited around the world, and in 1997, he released a provocative
photography book called The Full Body read