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Alison Foxall
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Attended International Academy of Design and Technology, Tampa
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Watch the ‘historic’ blizzard from some guys house in queens. 
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doesnt work for me
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Okay, I couldn't resist this meme. And since I banned myself from re-sharing memes on Facebook, I'll share it here.

Note: this is in NO way in disrespect to the first responders on scene to this tragedy or any victims that died. My condolences to any family members who were killed. It was certainly a sad day for the entire world.
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No unpatriotic at all.

You're completely right. I've read Facebook updates and blog posts from friends who were there who have a terrible time with the yearly outpouring. In one friend's words "Never forget? I can't forget."
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New 15" Retina MBP comes in today. Normally I'd be excited, but it was expensive and it will be replacing this old 17" MBP that keeps crashing and halting my productivity. I'm more relieved than anything.
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Watcha gonna do with that 17"?
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Don't forget! Tomorrow during lunch we'll be hanging out. Make sure to put it on your calendar and tune in!
 
For about a year Conscious Capitalism Florida as been spreading the message about the benefits of operating business with a higher purpose and taking a stakeholder orientation when making business decisions. Most recently we have been working hard to make Benefit Corporations available to Florida's entrepreneurs and business leaders.

Join us Wednesday 4/23 at Noon for a lunch time update on our progress and for more information about bringing Benefit Corporations to Florida.
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I shared my thoughts on +Gobble Logic about Basecamp and Asana used as project management tools.
Basecamp vs Asana: Our latest thoughts on project management tools. We've settled on Asana this year after using Basecamp since the beginning of 2012. 
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I suppose I'll start using this Google+ stuff, eh? Other than the random videos I share on youtube.
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Overall, there's 58 tickets left for WordCamp Tampa. The more we sell today, the better, because I have to get shirt sizes in to our vendor. 
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The only thing I'm worried about is severe legislation around a plant. Tobacco has it bad enough. :/
 
Restrictive Medical marijuana bill clears Florida Senate - http://bit.ly/1rJCWlW

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Please join us next week for a Year 1 update on Conscious Capitalism and B corps!
 
For about a year Conscious Capitalism Florida as been spreading the message about the benefits of operating business with a higher purpose and taking a stakeholder orientation when making business decisions. Most recently we have been working hard to make Benefit Corporations available to Florida's entrepreneurs and business leaders.

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Quite often I share ridiculous things. But other times I share libertarian ideas and WordPress news. More recently I've begun writing a lot and I'll be sharing my thoughts with you on various topics like technology or politics. I look forward to all commentary. :)
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    Lead Interface Designer, 2012 - present
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I am a Tampa based web designer and developer that works with the WordPress platform. I design interfaces, code said interfaces and breath life and an experience into the web. I own and operate a company called Gobble Logic, specializing in these types of services.
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  • International Academy of Design and Technology, Tampa
    Graphic Design, 2006 - 2009
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I've been going to Munchies for around 2 years now. I get all of our food and treats here. Sometimes you'll find USDA Organic treats too! The store is fairly large for a natural pet store, at least compared to others I have been. Service is friendly, no complaints there. I'm in and out in a few minutes since I know what I want.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Let me preface this by saying: it's really not the cafe we are looking for, but is probably perfect for the average person to eat at. My partner and I stopped in for lunch today to try out Nosh. Upon walking in we were greeted warmly. The whole staff was exceptionally friendly. After reviewing the menu we found there were not large amounts of vegan or vegetarian options– almost everything had meat or dairy in it. Given that we are both vegetarians, this didn't appeal to us, and definitely not for me since I try to eat vegan as much as possible. I ordered a pick two combo: garden salad with balsamic dressing and tomato basil soup. My partner ordered a mediterranean wrap and coffee. We sat down and waited for our meal which we ordered to-go. Further inspection of the snacks and drinks on display sent out warning bells for us. The chips were your average chips, not exactly healthy, the sodas were pepsi products w/ high fructose corn syrup more than likely, and even the ketchup on the table they offered had HFCS in it. We are looking for a place that is a little more conscientious of these things and goes out of their way for quality ingredients and supplemental food products. The actual decor and inside was mostly clean and quaint. There are street lights in the aisle of the cafe which has a nice charm. When I sat down at home to eat my lunch I was a little disappointed in the tomato basil soup. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't really great either. Not something I'd order again. It was VERY salty and tasted more like tomato sauce out of a can or jar. The salad was as to be expected, however the cucumbers didn't look fresh (cut in the morning perhaps?), and I had a randomly cut bell pepper chunk and huge tomato pieces in it. Lettuce was great– not soggy as sometimes you find in other cafe's. As for the dressing (which came in a small plastic cup for my to go order), there was entirely too much of it, but it was tasty. However, I'm concerned at the quality of the ingredients and what was in it other than balsamic vinegar and olive oil. I also got croutons and bread for the meal. The croutons were really good! There were a variety of them and they weren't too hard or soft. I wondered if they were homemade. The bread was your typical cuban bread. I would have preferred french bread or no bread at all, I don't really need the calories or the gluten. ;) Overall, I would say we won't be coming back because we need more vegetarian/vegan meals. There's also our concern about quality of ingredients and where the ingredients are sourced. I noticed there were a lot of breakfast items but didn't ask where their eggs came from and if they were organic, farm fresh, or free range. These are just the types of things some people are becoming concerned about. I would recommend Nosh Cafe to friends who are not vegetarian and aren't really too conscientious of ingredient quality.
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This store re-opened last week or so, remodeled. The interior was refreshed and more seating was added. The convenience store was basically removed and the cafe expanded. which is great, because the convenience store offered junk food that probably didn't sell really well. I must have had my expectations rather high of the reopening of this place, because I was surely disappointed. When I walked in, I noticed the place was oddly dark and moody, not enough lighting or the windows were too tinted. After looking over the menu, the vegetarian and vegan options were severely limiting. Basically everything they offered was an animal product or bread, not ideal for someone who is eating healthy and living a different lifestyle. I ended up getting a salad and ordering a smoothie since there was nothing else for someone like me to order. The smoothie was the cherry on top of disappointing. I was expecting fresh fruit, not stuff in concentrated form that came from a carton. When I tasted it, it was basically drinking sugar. I discarded it, and didn't drink it further. None of the drinks in the fridge section looked remotely worth drinking either. Everything was much too processed, nothing organic or raw. My veggie green salad was nothing original. I paid for something that I could have made at home in 2 minutes. I would have saved money and gotten it faster. My significant other ordered some coffee, which the cashier failed to give to us, and we didn't remember it until we got home. Service was slow, and there weren't too many people there. Service also seemed unorganized, but we may attribute that to "just opened" syndrome, but I'd rather not make excuses for them. Overall the visit was very disappointing and we will not be back. Clearly this place was not designed for health conscious eaters.
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