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Antonio D'souza
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Great view of the fireworks over the East River last night at a FOAF's apartment.
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Yes, she was transfixed.
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Walked across the newly opened High Bridge to the Bronx and back.
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It's probably new.
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‘I put a really big flowerpot on the manhole cover so that the people without gardens couldn’t get into my garden through their hole’
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Comedian Jessie Kahnweiler recently decided to explore how white women like herself are treated by police in contrast to visible minorities by filming herself attempting to get arrested in Los Angeles.
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I bet a black woman wouldn't get off so lightly.
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So, you should just be able to give them a chill pill and be done with it, right?
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A "Living System" is one that grows into its environment, by self-organizing around opportunities. Living systems can last for a long time, adapt well to change, and thus be highly successful. By contrast, "Planned Systems" tend to be fragile, poor at coping with change, and thus short-lived.
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This gets hard very fast. I haven't made it past cat yet.
Do you know how good your color Vision is? Come in and test it for free!
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I'm a tiger. Roar.

Don't know if that's good or bad because there's no scale to gauge. How frustrating. Will have to try on David's big honkin phone.
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A Californian woman, who developed an innovative phone app, has since helped to feed almost 600,000 homeless people – after she became tired of America’s growing food-waste problem.
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Today morning we visited the oldest house in Manhattan with +Andrew Yang​.
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Six-time New York Times best-selling author Tom Rath has hacked the pursuit of happiness; here's how parents can make it work for them.
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"don't let your wife hang out with people you're sure you think suck" - what a bizarre ending.
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Software Engineer
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Go, C++, Scala, Java, Interaction Design
Employment
  • Google
    Sr. Software Engineer, 2011 - present
    I work on infrastructure for the data that powers Google Maps.
  • Gilt Groupe
    Software Engineer, 2011 - 2011
  • Chartbeat
    Sr. Software Engineer, 2010 - 2011
  • VMware
    Software Engineer, 2005 - 2009
  • Sun Microsystems
    Software Development Intern, 2003 - 2003
  • IBM Canada
    Software Development Intern, 2002 - 2003
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Manhattan, NY
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Karachi - Toronto, ON, Canada - San Francisco, CA, USA - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Montreal, Quebec
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I flout the Kyriarchy.
Introduction
I am curious, levelheaded, flexible and highly interactive.
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Survived typhoid, climbed up a live volcano, visited all 6 inhabited continents, can hang upside-down by my toes.
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  • Waterloo
    Computer Science, 1999 - 2005
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Michaelangelo, Tony
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“This piano will bring so much joy to so many other people.”

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