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Annette Holland
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You can fix a damaged resume. You can re-frame anything in your past not to hide or obscure it, but to give the person who's reading your resume a better sense of the context for every career move and decision you've made.

#personalbranding   #resumewriting   #resumetips  
In a normal life there are twists and turns. You don't always control the events that shape your life, and that includes your career history.Most people my age never expected the ups and downs they've experienced in their careers.We had no idea what 9/11 would do to the business world, or what outsourcing would do.We didn't expect to work for the same company for ages and then have the rug pulled out from under us, or to hop from short-term assig...
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Live long and prosper. Peace and long life

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I feel so good it's finally Friday! 
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I love james brown i wish i can move like him
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Finally got around to writing this up.

#menuplanmonday #cleaneating 
I'm sorry I'm posting this late. I see that some of you guys stopped by on Monday and, well, there was nothing new to see. I did have a plan in mind, I just needed time to write it up. I'm back to doing mostly paleo-friendly ...
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copied from page: When homelessness increased nationwide in the early 1980s, California cities responded with ever more laws that unfairly punished the poor and failed to improve the problem, according to a critical UC Berkeley report released Thursday.

Over the past 30 years, cities statewide "have been engaged in a race to the bottom by increasing criminalization, hoping to drive homeless people away and make them someone else's problem," the study says.

The 53-page report, authored by the UC Berkeley School of Law Policy Advocacy Clinic, says the rising number of anti-homeless laws has been costly for taxpayers and brought more hardship than help to the state's most vulnerable residents.

The findings will help the public better understand how cities treat the homeless, said Paul Boden, head of the Western Regional Advocacy Project, which works to eliminate root causes of civil and human rights abuses suffered by the poor and homeless.

"It confirms our own street outreach surveys of hundreds of homeless people, who are increasingly harassed and punished for their mere presence in public," Boden said, "It's all too reminiscent of Jim Crow ... and (other past) ugly laws that targeted marginalized groups."

The report was written by more than 20 contributors from statewide social services agencies, police departments and think tanks. It used arrest data compiled by the FBI, the state Department of Justice and detailed case studies in San Francisco, Sacramento and San Diego.

By studying homeless laws set by 58 California cities -- where 75 percent of the state's homeless live -- it found that those municipalities have enacted at least 500 laws restricting four activities associated with homeless people:

Standing or sitting in public places;Sleeping or camping in vehicles and other public places;Begging and panhandling; andSharing food.

This has led cities to target homeless people for basic activities that must be performed in public because they have no private place to do them.

"These laws deprive people of the right to rest in a public place, protect themselves from the elements, or sleep in a legally parked car without legal consequences," the report states.

Betty DeForest, a Hayward homeless advocate, applauded the report, saying that it's true that cities are making it illegal to be poor.

"That's bad because it could happen to any of us at any time," DeForest said. "If my house was not paid for and I had to spend my Social Security checks on housing, I woud have to live on the street, in my car or at the mercy of my relatives." ...
Rising number of anti-homeless laws has been costly for taxpayers and brought more hardship than help to the state's most vulnerable residents, says report by the UC Berkeley School of Law Policy Advocacy Clinic
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I remember laughing my ass off when I saw this the first time #LLAP  
There's a pretty interesting Star Trek-related backstory behind Nimoy's involvement in the video.
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Leonard Nimoy - The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins: http://youtu.be/Aik18TiJjA8
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Unplugging
I just need some sun and rest.

_Source: http://www.dwell.com/interviews/article/architect-leo-mieles#1_
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I much prefer +ThinkGeek 's response, even if was meant to make me spend more money.
Net Neutrality won today, thanks to a 3-2 vote by the FCC. Yay! But not everyone is happy. In just about the most innovative thing the company has ever done, Verizon put out a press ...
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Translation: how dare you try to limit our profit.
By regulating as a utility, they have to allow access to other companies.
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I haven't been subjected to this many boy bands since HS.

#throwbackthursday #90s
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“In history, in the civil-rights movement, if everyone was afraid of their own personal repercussions, no progress would ever have been made,” 
The refusal of fifteen students to pay back loans taken to pay for classes at a failed network of for-profit colleges could have far-reaching consequences. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY KRISTOFFER TRIPPLAAR / SIPA USA (SIPA VIA AP IMAGES)
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Education
  • U.C. San Diego - Revelle
    English Literature, 1994 - 1998
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"Genius might be described as a supreme capacity for getting its possessors into trouble of all kinds". - Samuel Butler
Introduction
All around Jill-of-all-trades, mistress of a few. I translate tech into English. Android enthusiast. Browncoat extraordinaire. You can ask me anything. 

What I'm Into
My tastes are constantly evolving. But I'm passionate about: 
  • STEM education
  • Android
  • Photography
  • Women in tech
  • Travel
  • 90s music
  • EDM
  • all things geeky - hardware, software, and entertainment.
  • Disney
I flirt, sometimes dangerously, but if you creep, you will be blocked. There, you've been warned. Proceed at your own risk.


"I think you mustn't tell your body, you mustn't tell your soul, 'I'm going to retire,'" Dee told The Associated Press in 2001. "You may be changing your life emphasis, but there's still things that you have in mind to do that now seems the right time to do. I really don't believe in retiring as long as you can breathe."
Bragging rights
"If you were any more of a super star than you already are, the world would end from the heat coming off of you igniting the air." -- Hank Yeomans
Work
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Project Management / Web Content Management / Social Media Goddess
Skills
CMS - enterprise and home-grown, HTML, CSS, editing, project management. Check out my LinkedIn profile for the full list.
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Female
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Friends, Networking
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@daNanner
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This was my first time here. Take out was extremely fast and I was happy to see gluten free options for one person in our group. The snickerdoodles weren't that great though.
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