Archive for July, 2007

Cuchi Cuchi in Central Square

Last night, I met up with a friend of mine for dinner at Cuchi Cuchi in Central Square. I’m embarrassed to say that I’d never heard of Cuchi Cuchi before, so it was a new experience for me. And how delightful of one at that!

The restaurant offers amazingly tasty small plates (like tapas) and has an excellent and original drinks menu. What’s even cooler is that that all of the staff dress like 1920’s Flappers. Well, the women do anyways, and the guys dress in similar period outfits. Very cool! Plus, the interior design looks like some over-the-top drawing room in the sweet old lady’s house down which seems to have remained untouched since then.

The only down side to the restaurant is that it’s incredibly expensive. Dinner for the two of us was about $110 with tip. Youch! Still, I highly recommend it — especially for a special date with a significant other. (I’m taking the boyfriend there sometime soon, but I need to save up for it first!)

Cuchi Cuchi

795 Main Street in Central Square, Cambridge

www.cuchicuchi.cc

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FloSpace FloPrompter 2.1 Released

I’m pleased to announce the latest release of FloSpace FloPrompter, the most gorgeous and innovative teleprompter your PC will ever see! 🙂

Version 2.1 is a relatively minor upgrade to the software and includes:

  • Microsoft Office 2007 UI License Tweaks: The gorgeous new look of the FloPrompter 2.xx software was inspired by the Office 2007 design style. What’s cool is that Microsoft allows third party vendors like FloSpace to license the design style for free. Yay! Of course, that free license does come with certain conditions… So I spent quite a bit of time going through several Microsoft documents and reading through the hundreds of licensing conditions trying to figure out what’s required, what’s optional — and where I needed to modify FloPrompter to be compliant. The good news is that there were only a few tweaks that needed to be made, so most folks won’t even notice.
  • Bug Fixes: There were a few annoying little bugs that I squashed with this release. Thankfully, none of them were fatal. One of the bugs that were fixed involved one of the user settings which had not been used correctly.

Upgrade Recommendation: If you wish. This is a “soft recommendation” to upgrade. Enhancements made to version 2.1 were all fairly minor or cosmetic, so most folks won’t notice the difference. If you decide to upgrade, this is, of course, a free upgrade for all FloPrompter customers! FloPrompter customers are always requested to download the latest version on the FloSpace Downloads page.

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