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Eddie Chan
Works at Autojunkee.com
Attended California State University, Sacramento
Lives in San Francisco
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I'm so excited about this Sunday!  We got the 250 all cleaned and ready!
After attending Cornering School Day 1 on a Kawasaki Ninja 250R, I fell in love.  It's an amazing bike to learn to corner on!  Luckily we had a friend that was trying to unload one, win win! Since ...
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And then I joined Team Miata (TM).
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Where's the hardtop?

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After listening to a few more tracks, I've got a lot more respect for Macklemore.
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And for my G+ friend, here are my videos from last Saturday!
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The soundtrack to my FAVORITE movie.  Yea, I said it.
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About Time is an amazing movie.
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Haa I watched that too. It was ok. Rachel McAdams is forever adorable. It made me slightly depressed though.

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Who doesn't like bright orange and crazy?  No one, that's who!
I've always been partial to Jaguar.  I don't really like how their cars drive (in video games of course, I'm poor), but I do love how they look.  From the E-Type convertible to the newer XKR, I've ...
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New video of me spinning it at Thunderhill!  Read all about it at www.autojunkee.com!
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That's a badass track. You must have had tons of fun!

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Byaaaaaa!!!  I like where this is going.
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Have him in circles
160 people
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Lindsay Kondo's profile photo
Jonathan Kong's profile photo
Gaurav J Goel's profile photo
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Project Manager
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CRM, Email Marketing, Project Management, Client Management, Marketing, Data Analysis, HTML, Adobe Photoshop, Metrics
Employment
  • Autojunkee.com
    Founder/Editor, 2013 - present
    Editorial automotive blog exploring worldly news and technical write ups, while still providing humor and critical analysis.
  • Epsilon
    Project Manager, 2013 - present
    Lead teams involved with deployment of new and complex web-based software systems involving multiple customizations and integration points Develop Project Scope Management Plan used to define, manage, control, verify and communicate to the project team and clients Define requirements and use cases for software features and functionality Adeptly juggle customer relationships and project time lines while leading clients through solutions built on the latest web technologies Work directly with clients and client stakeholders Manage current projects and set the stage for follow-on business Keep fluent with emerging technologies and tools that will keep our clients innovative in their marketing approach Work with technical teams to resolve blocking issues to deliver on client requirements
  • ON24
    Virtual Event Manager, 2009 - 2014
    • Deliver live and on-demand virtual events for enterprise clients such as IBM, Toyota, Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, IDG, Google, etc. • Manage international clients—IT Media, Microsoft, and INFservice—to extend the global reach of the companys • Create and manage project timelines; ensure deliverables and milestones are met and act as primary client point-of-contact for all project related issues • Assist clients with virtual event strategy and email communications including: - Email strategy including timing and execution of pre and post event emails - HTML email coding - Helping clients formulate email content - Creating banners and graphics for emails • Managed and developed Google microsite • Use online cloud tools such as Google Docs and Google Drive to synchronize work between different clients and offices • Liaison to sales, generate leads, up-sell features and services • Provide documentation and training for show organizers, exhibitors, sponsors and speakers • Manage interactions with third party vendors • Oversee the production of audio/video assets • Provide quality assurance for all show elements • Manage the live event day efforts including technical support and direct customer support for all show related product and service elements • Provide post-event support and consulting, including metrics analysis and ROI
  • 6Connex
    Interactive Event Manager, 2008 - 2009
    • Delivered live and on-demand virtual events for enterprise clients such as Intel, Cisco, Hewlett Packard, DuPont, and SolidWorks • Managed simultaneous production of projects with overlapping milestones and deadlines • Manage client email communications including: • Email strategy including timing and execution of pre and post event emails • HTML email coding • Helped clients formulate email content • Created banners and graphics for emails • Coordinated with Production, Engineering, and Creative departments on task and asset delivery • Connected weekly with client project owners as primary point-of-contact for all project related issues • Provided live support for a global audience of up to 3,000 concurrent users, including support for webcasts, exhibitor booths, and direct customer support for all show-related products and services • Advocated for internal and external platform users in the product development and improvement process
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San Francisco
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Macau - Los Angeles - Sacramento - Elk Grove - Davis - Milpitas
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And I'll form... THE HEAD!!!
Introduction
Car Nut.
Bragging rights
10 consecutive Starcraft 2 losses.
Education
  • California State University, Sacramento
    Business Administration, International Business, 2005 - 2008
  • University of California, Davis
    Computer Engineering, 2001 - 2005
  • Laguna Creek High School
    1998 - 2001
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I really like coming to Mifune Don. Maybe it's just because I like visiting Japan town, but the food is always pretty good. Whenever I have a hankerin' for Okonomiyaki, I always go here. It tastes authentic and I like the tiny space it occupies. A great jump off to desserts and shopping in the area.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This branch of Sushi Factory is definitely not as good as the one on Meridian. I would stay away from this place. I tend to like sushi buffets for the quantity over quality of food, but I don't think this place is up to snuff. Definitely stay away from their sweeter sauces as they are WAY too sweet. Go to Hot Pot City instead (in the same plaza).
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place is very run of the mill generic Japanese food. While it's probably not the worst that I've had I don't think there's anything to make this place stand out. Went here a few weeks ago and had horrible service. The menu was sticky, food was cold, fish wasn't fresh. I ordered the soft shelled crab/grilled salmon dinner box and the crab came cold (I don't know when it was fried). I will never go here again. You might as well hit up safeway for some pre-packed sushi. Same quality. I guess I can't really expect much from a Chinese owned and operated Japanese restaurant.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Love this place! Chris is awesome and work is always done promptly and efficiently! I've come here to put tires on at least 5 or 6 sets of wheels and I've always been happy. They never damaged any of my wheels and Chris is an awesome guy to talk to. Go here! They'll set you up.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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This isn't where you go when you want quality sushi, but it is where you go when you want a deal. You will not leave this place with an empty stomach. I'm not going to lie, I've eaten at Sushi Factory on numerous occasions. Sometimes you want authentic, and sometimes you just want orange chicken you know? Sushi is eatable and prices are decent, go give it a try!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Theres not much I can say about this place. 1 - it's cheap 2 - it's good 3 - you can't get any better for the price Really, if you're in the mood for roast duck come here. It'll be cheap and you'll be satisfied.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Went to this place for lunch a few days ago. Food was okay. I mean, it's nice that you can get a grilled cheese + Bacon. But the grilled cheese was kinda small and so was the soup (about $9). It wasn't the best or the worst I've had, but I was just let down I guess. Expected a lot more. I think they should spend more on the food than the "feel" of the restaurant. I guess I'm not the snobby type and I'd rather have a GREAT hole in the wall than a mediocre fancy place.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago