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Vineyards of the Future, Robot Reservations, Counting Contractors: July 30


Vineyards of the Future, Robot Reservations, Counting Contractors: July 30

Illustration by André da Loba

Climate change could open new territory for winemakers in cooler areas of the northwest U.S. [Wired]

Robots are snagging all the prime-time tables at San Francisco’s trendiest restaurants. [Ars Technica]

Gmail’s new tabs might make it harder to reach customers through your newsletter. [Inc.]

The U.S. government claims to award nearly 23 percent of federal contracts to small businesses, but the way it calculates obscures the true number. [Washington Post]

Farmers are turning food waste into locally sourced (expensive) dog food. [NPR] (Related: an app to share leftovers.)

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John_tozzi
Tozzi is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek in New York.

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