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Darren Murph
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Writer | Strategist | Consultant | Team Builder | Argonaut
Writer | Strategist | Consultant | Team Builder | Argonaut

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Friends! My new book, LIVING THE REMOTE DREAM, is on sale now through Amazon (bit.ly/LivingTheRemoteDream)

The book is part autobiography -- detailing some of the more hilarious times in my 20s -- and part how-to guide for those looking to pivot into a remote career. You can read more about what's inside at my new website here: www.darrenmurph.com

If you dig it, please leave a quick review at Amazon -- it helps a lot!

If you're a media member and would like to review it for your publication or have me on a podcast, leave a comment here or email me / DM me.

Just an FYI: if you buy the paperback, you get access to the Kindle e-book for free, which can be read on any e-reader or smartphone.

It's been a fun journey writing this, and I hope you enjoy it!
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What did I see at today's #Apple event? More than just spec bumps. My thoughts on the keynote's undertones.

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Tomorrow will be new. I'm departing +Engadget, but excited about what the future holds. Much love!

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Amen.
This past Saturday, on a summit in the middle of Maine somewhere, one of my colleagues was having some difficulty getting down a steep stretch of the mountain on the way back to the trailhead. Without any hesitation, +Tim Stevens offered his hand and support and helped him get down the hill.

Tim is a man that acts this way both literally and figuratively no matter what he does in life, and that includes his time at Engadget. At a particularly difficult period of my life, he -- alongside Darren Murph, Managing Editor of the site -- extended a hand to give me the opportunity of a lifetime. In addition to truly being a great and honorable man who has my full and absolute respect and adoration, Tim helped me become better in several aspects of my life (personal and career). He has been the best boss I've ever had.

I'm saddened by the news, but also am confident and enthusiastic that Tim has bigger and better things ahead. Engadget is also bigger and better thanks to him, and we'll continue to build on the momentum he built during his stead.

Best wishes to a great man and what the future has in store for you!

Today marks my 7-year anniversary of writing for Engadget. It's kind of wild to think it has been that long. Thanks to all who've read, and my colleagues along the way. Here's to infinity more.

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My latest Engadget feature just went up! It's about a big, big solar city dream unfolding in Florida. Hope you enjoy it. http://www.engadget.com/2013/07/02/americas-most-sustainable-city-a-green-dream-deferred/
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