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Charles Bartlett
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Attended San Francisco State University
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Customer Platform Battle of the Ages

Google knows how to move data. Amazon knows how to move stuff.

These are two giant companies that both know a thing or two about providing products and services to a loyal customer base.

Interestingly, they both approach several customer needs from a different vector to leverage their strengths.
 
Google and Amazon fighting for tech industry supremacy. My piece for DW: http://www.dw.de/amazon-vs-google-the-battle-for-supremacy/a-17910424
It's not quite Bayern Munich versus Dortmund yet, but the rivalry between online retailer Amazon and search engine Google could change the way we store information, shop and play. But which company will dominate?
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Indie Web Trend Future
Very exciting development in the independent publishing space. I feel like it is the online publishing counterpart to Makerspace

#IndieWeb   #posse   #makerspace  
I’ve recently learned about the Indie Web movement and I am very excited about it. It signals a move back to the origins of the Internet, which is based on decentralization and personal ownership of content. Decentralization is important to the Internet because it helps keep any single entity from becoming too powerful. For example,…
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The assumption that the cosmos is symmetrical over large scales is an elegant one, but how far must evidence deviate from expectations before we rethink
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6/29/14. By Charles Bartlett. Can you fathom the City of Vallejo turning the Downtown neighborhood into a road race course for high-powered race cars? Indeed we did, and it was called the Vallejo Grand Prix. My memory of this race was jogged by the upcoming Bathtub Regatta.
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Lap dogs nap.
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She is so cute and sweet, except when she gets in to a loaf of the fattiest bread she can find. Don't let your guard down.
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Back when cars had style...

Every car you see in this photo was parked with their front bumpers all in line.

#cadillac
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"BP says we have 53.3 years of oil left" http://feedly.com/e/YQqwH3QI
A study from BP estimates that the world has 53.3 years of oil left, although there are a number of reasons to believe that there's more black gold than that.
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Tidal Forces

This illustrates how the Moon causes tides on the Earth.

The Moon’s gravity pulls on each piece of the Earth, but the attractive force is a little stronger on the side facing the Moon, and a little weaker on the side opposite the Moon.  The average force is the force at the center of the Earth.

The arrows at each point show how much the attractive force differs from the average as the Moon circles the Earth. These are the tidal forces, and the result is a bulge in the ocean on opposite sides of the Earth. Earth rotates under these bulges, resulting in about two high tides each 24 hours.

Source: WolframAlpha demonstrations.

#gravity #astrophysics
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    Technical and Professional Writing, 2000 - 2003
    BA in English - Major in Technical And Professional Writing - Minor in Online Design and Print Layout - Focus in Online Journalism - Focus in Environmental Problems and Solutions
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Do what you've always done, and you will get what you've always got. Change is good.
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Software Design and Online Content Creation
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Software Design - Business Solution Analysis - Social Media Marketing - Efficiency
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    Product Strategist, Benefits Insurance, 2015 - present
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I had the Roasted Pork sandwich which I would definitely order again. A bit of a kick with the spicy aioli and very moist pork shoulder. The pork is not pulled or shredded, but that is for the better. The chips that come with it are house made and seasoned, however I might opt for the salad next time. The chips had great potential, but they were a bit stale. I have a weakness for great chips though, so I'd give it another try as this may have been a one-time situation. The interior is "chic industrial", so it's casual with a bit of style. I really dug the atmosphere and think they could add background music to give the place more energy. The waitress was really great with a laid-back personality, so I didn't have the feeling of being "served" so much as "helped", if that makes sense. You can't fake sincerity and I genuinely had the feeling she wanted to make sure I was ok with sandwich. Bathroom... it was occupied so I could not check but the hallway and doors leading up to it were all immaculate and freshly painted. I would be willing to bet the bathroom was the same, but did not verify. To add 5th star I think the atmosphere needs to be ratcheted up with some bold music choices done tastefully. The decor is quite austere and I think some art and elements that reinforce the "by degrees" theme. (I assume that stands for something but there's no way to know from inside...). The menu is a good and covers all the bases, but I feel like it needs an innovative dish that can't be found elsewhere.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Great 3 story location with very friendly staff and a menu with a lot of variety. The Pipian Mole burrito is my favorite. It's hard to find a pumpkin seed based mole anywhere and this one is great. The Pumpkin Seed salsa is a great compliment to any of the dishes. Order the Ensalada Blanca if you're looking for something lighter that's more "paleo". If pumpkin seeds aren't your thing, then go with the Mole Verde burrito for a tomatillo based sauce Yes it's expensive, but the inside decor with natural light is worth it and over the last few years I've been going there it has always been spotless. If you wait until exactly noon to go there, you will be greeted with a line out the door of regulars
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
After a life time of "supercuts" I was referred to Robin and would never go anywhere else now. Robin has cut my hair for the last few years and during that time I have not had to fight to get it to look right. It just naturally has a great style and grows out in a way that looks good in the first week and the 12th week after I get it cut. I highly recommend Robin because she focuses on getting the style and cut that works for you instead of forcing something that just isn't going to work. Granted, the shop isn't the most manly of interior design, but it's a peaceful place with great music, and it's definitely one of the things I look forward to every 2-3 months.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Can't recommend them enough. You may think Kara's makes a good cupcake, but if you want a great cupcake then definitely go to Susie Cakes Bakery. I ordered a dozen at 5pm the day before Valentine's Day for delivery, and they were perfect. At their busiest time of the year, they put out a excellent product, and the person taking the order was super nice. I even got a call back a few days later to make sure the order was delivered without problem. That is the sign of a small business that cares about customers and understands doing customer service right. Bravo.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Highly recommended if you're looking for a warm and casual breakfast in a quiet atmosphere. Food was great, service was better, and the iced latte was wonderful.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago