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Jeff Dyck
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Attended Indiana University
Lives in Austin, Texas
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Hey Friends! Ever felt like you wanted to make a impact, but somehow felt inadequate.... like you were lacking in time, money or direction on where you could help or how to do so? Your chance is here! Take just 10 minutes a week to serve through random acts of kindness and get your community, workplace and friends involved. Together we actually can change the world we live in! Can you imagine what would happen if 1,000,000 people decided to take on the challenge? I'm excited to find out, are you in? To sign up or learn more about the challenge, follow the link below! http://signup.10minutegive.com/ #codeforthekingdomAustin  
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Also, we're putting a team together to hack this together in September. In the meantime, we're trying to get 1 million people to sign up for the 6 week challenge. Let us know if/ how you'd like to help.
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Digging into the story-- very good article.
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In the last few years Intuit has remade itself in the image of a startup: ... There are dozens of such projects and experiments going on across the ...
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Not sure I want strangers driving my personal car-- but would probably lend out a company car (j/k). 
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If I get free parking and at least .50 per mile I think it could be worth it. Not that attached to my car. No smoking of course
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  • IBM
    Watson Business Lead, 2014 - present
  • LifeScribe
    Founder, 2011 - present
  • IBM
    Millennial Team, 2012 - 2013
  • IBM
    Product Manager, 2013 - 2014
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Austin, Texas
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New York, NY - Columbus, OH - Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Mississauga, Ontario - Hamilton, Ontario - Brampton, Ontario - Kelowna, British Columbia - Mason, Ohio - Liberty Township, OH - Myrtle Beach, SC
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Dreamer, Serial Creative, Founder at LifeScribe, Storyteller, Outdoorsman, Canadian, Friend, and Student of Life.
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  • Indiana University
    Business Management, 2011
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Found this place via Google reviews and was looking forward to trying it. Was really in the mood for Italian and I thought this would fit the bill. To make a long story short, the service was great, but the food really wasn't anything special. Very generic (like a chain restaurant in the states). If you're feeling like Italian food, you may want to go elsewhere.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
After two years of living right next to this lovely little park, I finally stopped in today for a visit. While it's definitely a great spot- right on the water and with plenty of picnic tables and trees, there's so much trash strewn about that it's not at all relaxing. Additionally, forget walking through the grass without your shoes- the ground is covered in prickly weeds and fire ants. With a deep cleaning and more respectful patrons, this place could be amazing, but instead it's just okay.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This lovely little pub is under new ownership (as of Nov. '14) and no longer serves Thai food. The new owners- Tommie and Stephanie very friendly. The food and new menu is excellent. If you're staying at the Hilton for any period of time, do yourself a favor and come here instead of the hotel bar/ restaurant. You'll be supporting two young entrepreneurs and enjoying great food and a pint.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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Really lovely little place.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Seriously delicious food, great story/ purpose, but absolutely terrible service. We had 7 different waiters (including a manager) for the evening. Only one of the courses came with the associated wine pairings (we ordered the chefs special with the wine flight). Over the course of 3 hours we had 5+ different wait staff. Manager did try to apologize but this experience kind of ruined the vibe of the evening. Food was awesome- but service really ruined the vibe.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
The best part of staying here, is leaving. We weren't able to make it to our hotel in Banff due to stormy weather, so we pulled off thinking this might be a nice motel/ cheap alternative. Hotel was not exactly cheap (but still sub $100). Lobby area was nice, but after getting off the elevator it was apparent that this hotel is poorly taken care of. Hallway carpets, walls, and ceilings are all stained with various substances. Room was okay, but obvious that linens hadn't been properly cleaned nor had the bathroom been cleaned. It looks like whoever owns this little motel has little pride of ownership-- and that really bothers me. Overall I didn't get a good nights rest--- which probably had something to do with the beds that were not really soft, not really hard, but hard to describe-- just plain uncomfortable. This is the last time I try to save money and stay with Travelodge. and was extremely dirty. Hallways have stained carpets and walls have a lot of dirt on them. Overall, this is about what I'd expect from a $30/ night motel.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago