2014年01月07日

訃報

先日、久しぶりに、いらっしゃった常連さまの奥様が、


末期癌で11月末くらいで亡くなる・・。 と ご主人から聞きましたNuHart


今日、また ご主人がいらっしゃったので『病院の帰りですか?』 と伺うと・・・。


『実は、先週の火曜日に 亡くなりました・・。』と・・・・香港海外僱傭中心


すみません。やっぱり、号泣してしまいました。


最後は、痛い・・・痛い・・・と苦しんで亡くなられたそうです。


でも、ご遺体のお顔は『安らかで、綺麗でした。うちの奥さん、美人だったから』と・・・。


ピアノの先生をされてたみたいで 奥様の清楚なイメージにぴったりでしたね・・・康泰


ご主人に『お互い、いろいろあるけど、頑張ろうね!!!』と言っていただき


『ご飯、作るの、面倒くさいな~~・・・って思ったら、来て下さい!』と笑顔で別れました。



ご主人と『故人の分まで、幸せになおう!!』と約束しました。


『奥さん、マスター。私、幸せになってもいいよねNuHart??


絶対、幸せになるよ!


マスター!!奥さんがマスターの料理を、食べに そっちに行きはったよ!!!


よろしくね!!』




  


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2014年01月07日

Apple entered the restaurant reservation


iphoneDoes Apple want to come to dinner with you? Yesterday the United States Trademark and Patent Office published a patent application that the tech giant filed in June 2012. The application outlines a system that would allow iPhone and iPad users to make reservations at restaurants, check wait times set up business, add their names to wait lists, and even order food.

As Eater reports, the proposed system would grow and improve over time: "The more customers participate, the more accurate the system can be. The wait times change based on what seated customers order. The system — which knows the average amount of time a customer spends at the table eating specific dishes — can alert waiting customers when their table is ready."

While other apps already allow users to make restaurant reservations, Apple's proposed system could offer the added benefit of finding a restaurant based on current wait times — the ultimate tool for procrastinators and spur-of-the-moment folks who didn't know ahead of time where they wanted to eat cloud solution.

As Eater points out, it's possible the system will never actually materialize, but it's an interesting piece of technology. While it may give diners more control, the system would certainly affect the duties of front-end hosts (who generally take reservations and handle waiting lists) if it were to catch on Jewelry hong kong.

What do you think of the proposed system? Do you hope Apple gets the patent and moves forward with the technology Office Design?  


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