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Eros David
Worked at eMusic
Attended University of California, Irvine
Lived in Manila
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E-commerce professional, blogger and internet devotee with heavy interests in tech, mobile, sports and non-fiction
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Raised in Southern California with stints in Oakland and Brooklyn, I'm equal parts beach and city.
Education
  • University of California, Irvine
    Psychology, 2002
  • The Art Institute of California - Orange County
    Web Design and Interactive Media
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Content Management Coordinator
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MS Office, HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash, Final Cut Pro, Google Analytics, Google AdWords, SEO, copyediting, blogging, social media
Employment
  • eMusic
    Content Management Coordinator
  • Incipio Technologies Inc
    User Experience & E-Commerce Coordinator
  • Giant Robot Magazine
    Intern
  • University of California
    Administrative Assistant III
  • Quest Software
    License Administrator
  • Clement & Co.
    Interactive Marketing Associate
  • Toshiba
    Contractor (Pricing & Implementation)
  • OXO International
    Receptionist
  • Datalot Inc
    Phone Representative
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Previously
Manila - El Toro - Irvine - Oakland - Brooklyn - Aliso Viejo

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So dogs will be the next wave of food bloggers?
Photographers often take pictures of things that touch them emotionally. Nikon wanted to help dogs do the same. As part of a new "Heartography" project, th
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So sad.  This is my former coworker's daughter.  
I'm only sharing to bring awareness to possibly improve regulations.
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That cat walking away from under the truck haha
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I can't recall a memorable piece by Gladwell on Grantland... There have definitely been plenty of others, though.
Bill Simmons and ESPN launched Grantland on June 8, 2011. To say the journalistic-literary world hated it would be an overstatement, but not much of one. Business Insider summed up the initial reviews as
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It's easy to get swept up in the current of Newfronts, but it's still interesting to see how the paradigms are developing in terms of content and medium.
Ben Silverman, chairman at Electus, and Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw discuss new media offerings at this week’s Newfronts events where content providers present their programming to advertisers. They speak on
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Y'all need to relax.  Literally.  This is the most chill pod ever.  This is the chamomile of podcasts.
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Richard Rothstein, who studies residential segregation in America, concludes: "Federal, state and local governments purposely created racial boundaries in these cities."
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"Sense of entitlement" and "sense of ownership" are different things.
Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel's comments during USC's graduation ceremony explaining why he didn't sell to Facebook. (Source: Bloomberg)
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This old bit still cracks me up and that voice gets in my mind when certain inappropriate things happen in life.
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Nir wanted the story published in all four languages to give individual workers an opportunity to place themselves within that bigger narrative. The Times has translated stories before, although not at this scale, and Nir says there’s an ongoing initiative to translate more Times stories. 
While doing dogged shoe leather reporting for her New York Times investigative series on the exploitation of workers in the nail salon industry, Unvarnished, journalist Sarah Maslin Nir had unusually well-groomed nails. Getting interviews with salon workers--who often...
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Having a premium subscription service for creative content online strikes me as a lofty goal. The cynic in me is still under the impression that people hold using the computer to view content in close association with piracy, but all it takes is a breakout hit a la Netflix (OITNB, HOC, DD) to make it seem so obviously viable - putting aside the issue of shared accounts.
Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor weighs in on the growth and future of internet TV. He speaks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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BS got the sports blogosphere going nuts.  (Is there a blogosphere anymore?)
Where will Bill Simmons go after he and ESPN part ways in September?
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This headline is about David Cho but 90% of the article is a blurb from a previous interview with Simmons:  http://recode.net/2015/05/08/grantland-publisher-david-cho-is-leaving-too/
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Don't let the lines scare you - they staff accordingly, so it moves faster than you might expect. At the same time, don't stop in if you just need to pick up something quickly. You'll have to go to the separate shop for wine as it's not connected here.
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reviewed 8 months ago
It's beer and waffles as a staple, so you can't go wrong. The added ingredients and other menu items are fresh/organic, so they have a clean taste rather than being cheap and oily. There are TVs, but it's not a sports bar.
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reviewed 8 months ago
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
The food is pretty tasty. The burger is juicy, the Benedict is constructed really well and the home fries are not bland at all. Check your silverware for cleanliness, though.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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The burger can be average, but sometimes it's much more than decent, especially when they crisp up the bacon real nice and chop it up before putting it on top of your cheeseburger. The pasta will hold you over and the sweets are a good portion of sugary goodness.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
it's crack. obviously. sometimes the workers can be a little distracted..
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
pricey classy quality. don't expect ice in your water from a glass bottle.
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reviewed 3 years ago