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Jud Valeski
Worked at Gnip
Attended University of Colorado at Boulder, CO
Lives in Boulder, CO, USA
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  • University of Colorado at Boulder, CO
    Computer + Political Science
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  • Gnip
    CEO, 2014
  • Netscape, AOL, IBM, Microsoft, onebox, medium
    software + manager
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Day In Pictures: A Wonderful Thursday
My early bird. She gets up a little after me. Biker Chic. She thundered in during morning coffee meetings and graciously let me take her picture. #badass Lovely Gayle. Lovely catch-up. Annie. Relaxed after some well used time-off. Casey (with PrintReleaf ) ...
My early bird. She gets up a little after me. Biker Chic. She thundered in during morning coffee meetings and graciously let me take her picture. #badass Lovely Gayle. Lovely catch-up. Annie. Relaxed after some well used time...
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"The Talk" With My Son
He is thirteen and thinks he's seventeen. Everything went from zero to sixty about a month ago when school let out for the summer. I feel like he was a little boy on the last day of school, then a week into summer break, he became a teenager; mostly all won...
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Day In Pictures: Friday
I'm a bit rusty and composition and focus plane suffered. 50mm prime lens on the Canon 5dsr. The usual suspect didn't want their picture taken. Herlinda; house cleaner extraordinaire for fifteen years and extension of the family. Aprilla's stare over breakf...
I'm a bit rusty and composition and focus plane suffered. 50mm prime lens on the Canon 5dsr. The usual suspect didn't want their picture taken. Herlinda; house cleaner extraordinaire for fifteen years and extension of the fam...
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jud@techstars.com
I'm getting back into the mix. It's been a creative, fun, enlightening, educational, expanding, and relaxing couple of years "off," but I want to re-engage with something operational again; I've joined Techstars as its CTO. I'm jumping in for a few reasons....
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Sleeping Pills/Ambien
Coincidentally, many years ago, Ambien hit the market right when I started doing a fair amount of international travel for business. I was stoked. Sleeping in significant time-zone offsets from my home time-zone was obviously a challenge, and I'd always hav...
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Rdio & The Music Industry
I'm grumpy that Rdio couldn't make it through the forrest of crappy music services that end-users lapped up in the name of "free." Especially when it comes to artistic endeavors, look past your wallet sometimes folks; life is better in the end when we do. C...
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Investing: Humans or Machines?
I ran a test to try and compare human money manager strategy against machine money management strategy. It wasn't scientific and it had a handful of holes, but, I looked at 14-months of returns (from 02/2015 to 06/2016) for both the professional (1'ish % fe...
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I'm a bit rusty and composition and focus plane suffered. 50mm prime lens on the Canon 5dsr. The usual suspect didn't want their picture taken. Herlinda; house cleaner extraordinaire for fifteen years and extension of the fam...
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I Helped The F.B.I. Get Into Someone's DB
It was back in 1997 at my first job out of college. I was a networking stack engineer on the Netscape Browser. At that time, the email client, news reader, and browser were essentially rolled into one (I'm sure I'm pissing some lawyer off by making that sta...
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My Mug
Monastery Interior A few weeks ago I found myself sitting in the monastery (above) in Taksindu, Nepal. We were witnessing a "sang" ceremony which helps us remove obstacles in life. It was a powerful experience to observe something like this at all, but then...
Monastery Interior A few weeks ago I found myself sitting in the monastery (above) in Taksindu, Nepal. We were witnessing a "sang" ceremony which helps us remove obstacles in life. It was a powerful experience to observe some...
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Day In Pictures: Nepal Trek
As part of a broader visit to Nepal to help rebuild Chhulemu with the Himalayan Development Foundation , here's our crew during a five day trek to Dudh Kunda ("Milk Lake"). Sherpa Mountain Adventures got us there and back safely, and we had a ton of fun! Ch...
As part of a broader visit to Nepal to help rebuild Chhulemu with the Himalayan Development Foundation, here's our crew during a five day trek to Dudh Kunda ("Milk Lake"). Sherpa Mountain Adventures got us there and back safe...
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International Business Travel And You
I was in my mid-20s when my boss asked me to go to India to do some work with our office in Bangalore. I was stoked. I was so excited that I was going to travel to India and a) meet my colleagues there and b) to experience another, radically different, cult...
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fast and efficient.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Incredible! Request second-floor seats at the main Ginza restaurant for the most authentic experience (fewest Westerners).
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
incredibly delicious. kind staff (I'm American).
Food: ExcellentService: Very GoodDecor: Very Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
decore is timelessly appealing. engaged and committed staff. incredible food again. always a top joint.
Food: ExcellentService: ExcellentDecor: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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Delicious. They grill the pork slice. So good. English menu/subtitles next to the ticket machine.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
"minimalist interior. clean crisp decore, as well as food. screams purity and beauty across the board. one of my top dining experiences."
Food: ExcellentService: ExcellentDecor: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
"always amazing food, though they're starting to show their age. wait staff doesn't feel like they're as in to it or genuine anymore. they took our picture after dinner and handed us printed copies; very cheeky feeling. decore is just too stodgy anymore."
Food: Very GoodService: Very GoodDecor: Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago