FANS of Jollibee waited for an incredible 18 hours ahead of the fast food chain opening its first restaurant in London. Over a thousand people queued around the block in Earls Court to be among the first to get a taste of some of the unusual dishes served up. The two men at the front of the line had been waiting 18 hours for the restaurant to open at 8am today. The popular chain has been described as the "Asian KFC". Jollibee's signature dish is the 'Chickenjoy' which is a piece of fried chicken and a side of spaghetti, smothered in a tomato sauce, and then topped with hotdog slices and ground beef. The dish is on sale in the UK for £4.99. Also on the menu in Britain, which is slightly different from the one in Asia, is the Chickenjoy Bucket. This has either six or eight pieces of fried chicken, a Double Yumburger as well as fries, sweetcorn and ice-cream. Michael Sibson, 38, cleaner and balloon artist from Guildford in Surrey, was the first super fan in the queue and the first to … [Read more...] about Epic 18-HOUR queues as ‘Asian KFC’ Jollibee opens in London – and fans compare happiness to ‘birth of my kids’
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There’s a battle about to break out on your computer screen. On the third floor of West’s sprawling corporate headquarters outside Minneapolis, a veritable army of professionals has been working for nearly five years to create a revamped Westlaw. They are changing everything from the interface users see on their PC screens to all the technology that makes it work behind the scenes.Known as WestlawNext, the new platform will debut this month.On its own suburban campus near Dayton, Ohio, LexisNexis—the other half of the duopoly that has ruled online legal research for almost 40 years (some call it “Wexis”)—is planning its own revamped platform. Referred to internally as New Lexis, it is slated to roll out publicly later this year on a date yet to be determined.Both companies claim to be creating a legal research experience that will mimic the ease of use their customers have come to expect from the leading Internet search engine, Google.The updated … [Read more...] about Wired!
The biggest changes in legal research in more than a decade are about to start showing up on lawyers’ computer screens nationwide.Westlaw is debuting an entirely revamped online search service February 1. Lexis plans to follow with its own revamped platform later this year. Bloomberg plans a new version of its legal search tool for 2010. And Google has recently unveiled a free legal research service of its own. We have an exclusive look inside the new tools. There’s a battle about to break out on your computer screen. On the third floor of West’s sprawling corporate headquarters outside Minneapolis, a veritable army of professionals has been working for nearly five years to create a revamped Westlaw. They are changing everything from the interface users see on their PC screens to all the technology that makes it work behind the scenes.Known as WestlawNext, the new platform will debut February 1.On its own suburban campus near Dayton, Ohio, LexisNexis—the … [Read more...] about Exclusive: Inside the New Westlaw, Lexis & Bloomberg Platforms
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