Profile

Cover photo
Verified name
Antonio D'souza
Works at Google
Attended Waterloo
Lives in Manhattan, NY
1,286 followers|4,861,905 views
AboutPostsCollectionsPhotosYouTube+1'sReviews

Stream

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
I wonder what other skeletons are going to walk out of Trump's closet...
In a 1991 recording obtained by The Washington Post's Marc Fisher, a man who claims to be a spokesman for Donald Trump named John Miller tells a "People" magazine reporter about Trump's first divorce, his romance with France's future first lady and his messy breakup with Marla Maples.
1
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
Kinda long but once I started reading this I couldn't stop!
1
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
I hate to admit it, but during my late teenage years and the beginning of my adult life, I massively fell for self-help blogs.
1
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
2011.07.07_open_entry. Dangerous Items. 2011.11.28_dangerous_items. Addiction. 2011.12.21_addiction. Great Artists Steal. 2012.07.12_great_artists_steal. This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged cartoon, comic, german, scrabble by Manu. Bookmark the permalink. All comics by Manu Cornet.
2
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
it appears netflix et al are ordering so many shows that talent is scarce, pricing are stratospheric etc
<span>There are more great shows in production now than ever before &mdash; but it&rsquo;s never been harder to make one.</span>
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
More data about the expense of poverty.

" When Orhun and Palazzolo compared households with similar consumption rates shopping at comparable stores — and controlling for two-ply TP — they found that the poor were less likely than wealthier households to buy bigger packages, or to time their purchases to take advantage of sales. By failing to do so, they paid about 5.9 percent more per sheet of toilet paper — a little less than what they saved by buying cheaper brands in the first place (8.8 percent).

Perhaps this sounds like a subtle discovery about minor household goods. But it supports a larger point about poverty: It's expensive to be poor. Or, to state the same from another angle: Having more money gives people the luxury of paying less for things. "
The world is full of opportunities to save money — if you just have enough money to access them.
28 comments on original post
1
Add a comment...
In his circles
893 people
Have him in circles
1,286 people
Juliet Davis-Ewaschuk's profile photo
Maria Ondina Demarchi's profile photo
Immanuel Tan's profile photo
Nisha Netha's profile photo
Elizabeth Guzman's profile photo
Luke Dahl's profile photo
Takis Cassimatis's profile photo
JenMarie L's profile photo
Jeunesse Gears's profile photo

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
Why this glittery bullshit needs to stopI hate to admit it, but during my late teenage years and the beginning of my adult life, I massively fell for self-…
1
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton are now in a dead heat in the 3 key swing states that will effectively determines who takes the Oval Office come November. If Trump wins, what will you do?
8 votes  -  votes visible to Public
Revel in the ensuing chaos
13%
Be disappointed but go on with life
25%
Move to Canada
25%
I already live in Canada
38%
1
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
Unsubscribing. 2012.12.12_unsubscribing. One Last Time. 2013.03.12_one_last_time. This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged cancer, cartoon, cashier, checkout, children, comic, donate, donation, grocery, pushy, shopping by Manu. Bookmark the permalink. All comics by Manu Cornet.
1
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
In response to the bell ringing that kids these days aren’t resilient the way their parents were growing up in the Wild West of the seventies and eighties suburban American neighborhoods and …
4
Add a comment...

Antonio D'souza

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
More data about the expense of poverty.

" When Orhun and Palazzolo compared households with similar consumption rates shopping at comparable stores — and controlling for two-ply TP — they found that the poor were less likely than wealthier households to buy bigger packages, or to time their purchases to take advantage of sales. By failing to do so, they paid about 5.9 percent more per sheet of toilet paper — a little less than what they saved by buying cheaper brands in the first place (8.8 percent).

Perhaps this sounds like a subtle discovery about minor household goods. But it supports a larger point about poverty: It's expensive to be poor. Or, to state the same from another angle: Having more money gives people the luxury of paying less for things. "
The world is full of opportunities to save money — if you just have enough money to access them.
28 comments on original post
1
Add a comment...
Antonio's Collections
People
In his circles
893 people
Have him in circles
1,286 people
Juliet Davis-Ewaschuk's profile photo
Maria Ondina Demarchi's profile photo
Immanuel Tan's profile photo
Nisha Netha's profile photo
Elizabeth Guzman's profile photo
Luke Dahl's profile photo
Takis Cassimatis's profile photo
JenMarie L's profile photo
Jeunesse Gears's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Engineering Manager
Skills
Go, C++, Scala, Interaction Design
Employment
  • Google
    Engineering Manager, 2011 - present
    I manage engineers who work on geo data infrastructure.
  • 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
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Manhattan, NY
Previously
Karachi - Toronto, ON, Canada - San Francisco, CA, USA - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Montreal, Quebec
Story
Tagline
I flout the Kyriarchy with aplomb.
Introduction
I am curious, levelheaded, flexible and highly interactive.
Bragging rights
Survived typhoid, climbed up a live volcano, visited all 6 inhabited continents, can hang upside-down by my toes.
Collections Antonio is following
Education
  • Waterloo
    Computer Science, 1999 - 2005
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Relationship
Married
Other names
Michaelangelo, Tony
Antonio D'souza's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Google's Daydream is Silicon Reality | EE Times
www.eetimes.com

A Qualcomm graphics expert gave insight into work on mobile virtual reality in Android that is about to emerge from the lab.

German Scrabble | Bonkers World
www.bonkersworld.net

2011.09.22_unexpected_guests. Bucket O' Followers. 2011.12.02_bucket_o_followers. Reasonable Price. 2012.10.09_reasonable_price. One Last Ti

Employment, construction, and the cost of San Francisco apartments
experimental-geography.blogspot.com

Everyone agrees that housing in San Francisco is expensive, and that the high costs are hurting the city. But there is a lot of disagreement

Doctrine, Climate and Context Specific gameplay
blog.gardeviance.org

One of the main advantages of mapping a competitive environment (for a basic introduction, read this) is it provides a mechanism of not only

On mapping and terms that I use
blog.gardeviance.org

I'm often asked questions about specific terms in mapping, so I thought I'd write something on the terms I use. Lets first start with the st

Stopping Self Harm in Corporate IT
blog.gardeviance.org

If you've worked in any corporation for a time then you will have come to realise that it's not the Darwinian, survival of the fittest, lean

What's in a Wardley Map and the need for a cheat sheet.
blog.gardeviance.org

A map has an anchor. In chess, it's the board. In geographical maps it's the compass. In a Wardley map, it's the user need (of course, I'm a

On Diffusion and Evolution
blog.gardeviance.org

I recently saw this tweet and unfortunately, despite good intentions, there's a lot wrong with it. I've taken the main image (unknown copyri

If you really want bimodal then you'll need to give something up.
blog.gardeviance.org

Back in 1993, Robert Cringely wrote the excellent book Accidental Empires (I have the 1996 reprint) which talked about the three different t

On Platforms and Ecosystems
blog.gardeviance.org

This stuff is a decade old for me and I can barely drag myself to repeat it. But, I've read lots of daft stuff recently on platforms and eco

What's in a Wardley (Value Chain) Map?
blog.gardeviance.org

It doesn't matter whether it's a map of an organisation or line of business or policy or system or industry. The same elements exist (see fi

Digital Disruptions and Continous Transformation | Cloud Information Man...
www.vdatacloud.com

Recently, there have been a lot of discussion around a new role in the enterprise, something akin to “Chief Digital Officer” and many have s

Two Speed Business? Feels more like inertia.
blog.gardeviance.org

These days I use maps of organisations to apply a cell based structure ideally using a Pioneer, Settler, Town Planner model. The map is base

Evolution, diffusion, hype cycle and early failures.
blog.gardeviance.org

With mapping, one of the axes is evolution (the other being value chain - I've written an introduction on Wardley Mapping which covers the b

'What can men do' - a male perspective
blog.gardeviance.org

There has been a lot of overdue discussion on sexism within the tech industry in recent times including some excellent posts on 'What can me

An introduction to Wardley (Value Chain) Mapping
blog.gardeviance.org

Introduction This post is about my journey, from a once newly minted yet confused CEO caught like a rabbit staring helpless into the oncomin

An Ode To The Wheels Within
emanahmedk.blogspot.com

It was just another rough day at the hospital when my friend invited me to a cycling endeavor on the streets of Karachi. I thought to myself

The shrimp Huns are good but hella spicy. The pork buns are insanely good. The Tokyo ramen is delicious and not too salty like most other places.
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
I had to wait an hour to see the doctor but he was very good. Did a thorough exam and answered all my questions.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
They regularly charge the wrong price for produce.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great food but the cash register managed to add an extra 10 bucks to our bill, which I didn't even think was possible!
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
599 reviews
Map
Map
Map
Best place to buy vegan chocolates and macaroons in Manhattan.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Splendid aerial views of the East river with nary a car in sight.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago