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David Saintloth
Works at Apriority LLC
Attended City College of New York
Lives in Brooklyn
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All I want to know now is, "will there be a google edition of this baby?"
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Looking forward to a day when we change our phenotype like we change our clothes.
As I sit here, pestered by 3 days of facial growth that I wish didn't exist. I think again of the low hanging fruit areas that recent spate of revolutions in genetic engineering technology will soon be able to provide in the ...
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Facebook ain't going no where folks.
A recent study is getting the zeitgeist in a fluff over the possible survival of Facebook. http://news.sciencemag.org/math/2014/01/facebook-spreads%E2%80%94and-may-die-out%E2%80%94-disease  Eh. No. Like most such analysis it ...
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outstanding audio quality...great lyric animations.
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Keep your ideas to yourself and reap the rewards of implementation alone.
The startup zeitgeist in the United States is energized by many trends and philosophies over how startups should be run and how technology ideas should be spread in order to gather investor interest. From the lean startup con...
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I can confirm this song is a Love potion.
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so the lyrics claim was a lie???
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on "movements"...
The common element of all movements, be they those that have been seen to realize social good (like civil rights) and those that are inspired by some perceived injustice that has been generally seen as delusion (white power m...
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Continuing to raise my voice in owning my ideas which seem today variably being spouted by others who have not implemented any solutions. My solution is in the stable now and ready to run!
It's been bitter sweet watching the conversation on jobs finally start shifting to where I'd been saying it was going to go since I wrote about the telepresent workforce in 2006. http://sent2null.blogspot.com/2008/03/increasi...
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Pretty slick Google!
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Startup Founder and software engineer
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  • Apriority LLC
    Chief Software Architect, 2002 - present
  • The McGraw-Hill Companies
    Senior Software Engineer, 2010 - 2011
  • TheStreet.com
    Senior Software Engineer, 2000 - 2001
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
    PC and Network Consultant, 1998 - 2000
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Discovering new worlds of technology one invention at a time.
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An avid lover of history, technology, biology, math, art , hardware and software since I could remember. I love living fully, exploring the world physically and mentally and sharing the joys of discovery with every one that I meet.
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Designed AgilEntity and Invented Action Oriented Workflow
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  • City College of New York
    BS EE, 1991 - 1997
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I love this place, I've been here easily about a half dozen times so far and it makes a perfect eating spot after a few hours spent wandering the nearby Brooklyn Museum or Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. Their mussels need to be tried, their whole fish is delicious and they have a lunch sandwich called Kenny that is a must try if you make it there before the dinner menu. I always have served well by the staff including the always cordial Marcos, and some how every time I happen to show up Cheryl herself happens to be in the house greeting guests and cooking up the magic we all come to eat. Ambiance is great, with a beautiful "old ship" like design....I haven't eaten out back yet but the warm weather returning now makes that a possibility this season. No need to make reservations even on busy days and consistent quality make this a go to spot for me, especially when I have a linked visit to the nearby Museum or Botanical Garden, highly recommended.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I've been going to the MMoA since I was in my mid 20's. As a Brooklyn native, I didn't start really exploring Manhattan until that part of my life. t took me a while to get into trekking into the city on the weekends to go take in the huge density of cultural events and places that exists in Manhattan (Brooklyn thankfully is catching up in that regard very quickly). This is about the MMoA though and it is an amazing place, a beautfiful building ensconced into the Central Park beyond, there is no better place to visit and spend an entire day walking the various exhibit halls (in fact you can't really do the whole museum in one day, it would take a couple to really take it in). As an illustrator, graphic designer and photographer I lament not being able to take photos inside the museum even with flash off but my eyes remember what my digital film cannot. Highly recommended must visit stop to any one new to New York or to any natives who didn't start exploring this wonderful city until later in life like me.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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