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Antonio D'souza
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Seen parked outside the opthalmologist's clinic.
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Not the same as being a proctologist.
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An analysis of why people are so mean on the Internet.
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There are a lot of ways to look at diversity, but the most helpful way I have found is called “diversity debt.” In the s…
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'Folks have a legal right to organize without fear of retaliation,' says tech company's PR head.
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Parenthood: the days are long but the years are short.
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As you may recall, governments across Europe, generally at the behest of traditional newspaper publishers, have been pushing for what they call an "ancillary copyright," but which is much better referred to as a "snippet tax" or a...
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Psychologist Tania Lombrozo looks at a new paper that finds an association between cognitive style — intuitive or analytic — and beliefs about evolution.
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this virtually brain-free patient had an IQ of 126. [...] a brain the size of a poodle’s could kick my ass at advanced mathematics

intelligence is way more robust than we thought. this is seriously good news.
For decades now, I have been haunted by the grainy, black-and-white x-ray of a human skull. It is alive but empty, with a cavernous fluid-filled space where the brain should be. A thin layer of brain tissue lines that cavity like an amniotic sac. The image hails from a 1980 review article in ...
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We were in Juarez Mexico. We had gone there as a group of activists to stage a protest over the government’s refusal to …
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I liked "...she noted that people would always follow her around with a camera so she might as well go to places that needed to be photographed."
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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
Story
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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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West Harlem: Alive in Spring and Summer
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After an unusually cold winter, spring has arrived in western Harlem and there is a joyous energy in the air. Visitors who go there in searc

Black Lives Matter! So demand TECH!
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Again and again, I try to point out that dogmas are seldom our friends. Take the trend, in our civilization, toward expanding our horizons o

Smoking Gun: MPAA Emails Reveal Plan To Run Anti-Google Smear Campaign V...
www.techdirt.com

If you talk to the reporters who work for various big media companies, they insist that they have true editorial independence from the busin

The Next Wave | Edge.org
edge.org

This can't be the end of human evolution. We have to go someplace else. It's quite remarkable. It's moved people off of personal computers.

Bluesmart: Worlds First Smart, Connected Carry-On | Indiegogo
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Location tracking, Bluetooth lock, USB battery charge, Smart scale and trip data app! | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fund

Oil Well - every cooking oil compared - Information Is Beautiful
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Which is the ultimate cooking oil? Every single cooking oil graded for health, smoke point, flavour and massage suitability.

Mobile Addicts Multiply Across the Globe | Flurry Insights Blog
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By Simon Khalaf, SVP of Publisher Products On June 29th Bank of America released the findings of its second annual report on Consumer Mobili

Please stop breaking the build
danluu.com

I’ve noticed that builds are broken and tests fail a lot more often on open source projects than on “work” projects. I wasn’t sure how much

Feature-phone sales fast dying in Africa | TechCentral
www.techcentral.co.za

Only 27% of cellphones sold in Africa and the Middle East in 2019 will be feature phones. The vast majority will be smartphones, according t

Stories from a Social Entrepreneur: Two Weeks of Bike Commuting
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I love riding my bike, but I've always been really afraid of commuting by bike in New York City. The traffic is kind of crazy. I was also in

Why I'm Always Late - Wait But Why
waitbutwhy.com

There's not really any other explanation—chronically late people are actually insane.

Greeks apologise with huge horse
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THE nation of Greece said sorry to the European Union with a present of an enormous wooden horse.

An Expensive Deal in Albany | Citizens Budget Commission
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"A quick tribute to the Citizens Budget Commission....you're a great model of public policy institutions like this across the country; no mo

Stories from a Social Entrepreneur: ScriptEd Bootcamp!
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ScriptEd's 2015 Internship Bootcamp is underway! Today we're at Viacom with our 70 interns. Yesterday we were at Appnexus, and tomorrow we'l

The crab curry, seekh kebab and coconut puri are reliably delicious. This is the best Indian food I've been able to find in Manhattan north of Murray Hill.
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The sculpture on the fifth and sixth floors is incredible. Also, lovely views.
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Food is decent but overpriced, although not more so than the rest of the stuff in Gansevoorte market.
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Some of the best tasting coffee in the city.
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Food is good but staff is chaotic and they don't serve lunch until 2pm!
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