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David Seymour
Works at Big Park (Microsoft Studios)
Attended University of Manitoba
Lives in Vancouver, BC
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Games, media and entertainment producer.
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  • Big Park (Microsoft Studios)
    Studio Manager, present
  • Slant Six Games
    Design Director
  • Electronic Arts
    Producer
  • Radical Entertainment
    Lead Designer
  • Moderngroove Entertainment
    Producer
  • IBM Global Services
    Design Architect
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Vancouverite, rider of bicycles, rejects solipsism.
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  • University of Manitoba
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A few highlights from Sunday at the car show.
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Love photos.

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With Nintendo entering the mobile arena, it appears to be an admission of defeat from the company who has long stayed out of this lucrative market. But CEO Satoru Iwata admitted that they never wanted to accept the harsh realities of today's gaming market. whyishisreflectionsomethinghedoesntknow ...
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Louvers!
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I'm thinking bout putting side window louvers on my car. Back ones look great on old muscle cars like this !
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i8.
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This is John Lane in his Volvo 262 in Washington State's now-gone Doo Wop Rally back in 2009. It's so rad it's hard to believe it happened in America.
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The original Narrative Clip was almost amazing, hopefully better optics and wireless connectivity will make Narrative Clip 2 the most interesting camera you can buy.

Narrative Clip 2 - check out the world's most wearable camera http://getnarrative.com/#/fWMr1t
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Just to support the creators of the Amen break.
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Makes me miss my Integra Type R
Honda says this preproduction 2015 Civic Type R is identical to the street car. Watch it lap the 'Ring in a FWD record-setting 7:50.
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Hello,

I just signed the petition, "Honda Motor Company: Bring the 2015 Civic Type R VTEC Turbo to North America."

I think this is important. Please you sign it too?

Here's the link:

http://www.change.org/p/honda-motor-company-bring-the-2015-civic-type-r-vtec-turbo-to-north-america

Thanks,

Anwar
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Perfect.
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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks at a news conference in Richmond Hill, Ontario January 30, 2015. Canada's sweeping new anti-terror legislation would make it a crime for anyone to call for attacks on Canada and gives a much larger role to the government's main spy agency.
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If the cable industry had its way, we'd all be stuck subscribing to $150 TV bundles forever and ever. However, the rise of over-the-top online streaming services combined with faster online connect...
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+Eric Cheng I'm sure they're counting the bits coming in and out! As a Canadian I too have decided not to subscribe to cable TV. I don't miss the cable shows I use to watch. There's still lots on regular OTA TV that keep me and my family distracted, along with Netflix, YouTube and other digital media services.
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