1000 euros, one year of free pizzas: the amazing bonuses offered by restaurateurs to recruit

These two bottles in the sea launched by these restaurateurs is indicative of the crisis that the sector is going through, especially since the Covid-19 pandemic. At the beginning of May, Guillaume Ruiz, the director of the hotel-bar-restaurant “Le Prose”, in La Grande-Motte (Hérault) who was struggling to recruit a pizza maker, had already created … Read more

NASA Moves Ahead With Wild Solar Sail Concept

Artist’s conception of the diffractive lightsail. The rainbow-like patterns would be similar to how CDs exhibit similar patterns when held under a light. Drawing: mackenzi martin A project to develop diffractive solar sails has advanced to the third and final phase of NASA’s advanced concepts program. The team behind the project now has two years … Read more

10 Years of Google DMCA Notice Transparency

Exactly ten years ago, Google expanded its transparency report with a new section dedicated to DMCA takedown requests. For the first time, outsiders could see which URLs copyright holders were targeting and in what quantity. The decision to make this information public was partly triggered by a rapid increase in requests for removal. This had … Read more

After Top Chef, Wilfried Romain unveils an “Argentine pizza” that is very desirable

Desire to escape ? Paris-Boca and chef Wilfried Romain promise you a culinary journey to the heart of Argentina, on the occasion of an unprecedented collaboration around a signature pizza: “Willy-Boca”! Composed of grilled peppers and chorizo, decorated with a tarragon pesto, a garlic cream and spicy pickles, this generous pizza promises to be delicious… … Read more

Epic Games wins case against Google

Bandcamp, a site specializing in music and owned by Epic Games since March, has just won its case in the dispute between it and Google. The latter concerns the new billing policy implemented by the firm within the Google Play Store. Google’s new billing policy goes wrong Indeed, Google has decided to put an end … Read more

durable goods orders grew more slowly in april

Durable goods orders rose a little less than expected in April in the United States, driven by civil aeronautics, the sector which recorded the strongest growth, according to data released Wednesday by the Commerce Department. Read alsoIn the United States, publishing must face censorship The total amount of orders amounted to 265.3 billion dollars, up … Read more

A Nîmes man offers a year of free pizzas if you find him a pizza maker – Journal de 13 heures

On the menu today, a vegetarian pizza, another with chorizos or a year of free pizzas, if you find the future pizza chef of this restaurant in Nîmes. Impossible to recruit for almost six months, so Nabil Hazza, co-manager of the restaurant “Pinocchio”, is in the kitchen. In a humorous tone, he is therefore playing … Read more

AI reveals unsuspected math underlying search for exoplanets

This artist’s concept depicts a planetary system. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech Artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms trained on real astronomical observations now outperform astronomers in sifting through massive amounts of data to find new exploding stars, identify new types of galaxies and detect the mergers of massive stars, accelerating the rate of new discovery in the world’s oldest … Read more