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Kevin Edwards
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Attended New York University
Lives in Palo Alto
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Haring Season Sausalito is crazy with birds and sea lions. Come check it out. It's very cool:))
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Got a home office or small office? You're a SoHo. Check out the video my company just did about Network Attached Storage (NAS) for SoHos. It's fun, it's got animations: http://connectedsocialmedia.com/6900/nas-storage-for-home-and-small-office/
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Intel always has one of the best booths at CES. This year, I wasn't able to attend, but in the background of this video, you can see videos playing at the booth that we did for them. Ilene Aginsky is interviewed in this video on The Plulse Network and demos Intel's personal cloud technology (very cool stuff).
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Sounds cool .. May be a demo over dinner & wine at Chateau de Portola Valley?
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Education
  • New York University
    Interactive Telecommunications
  • New York University
    Management of Information Systems
  • New York University Stern School of Business
    Film & TV
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Executive Producer
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  • Connected Social Media
    VP Architecture, present
  • CNET Networks / CBS
    Executive Producer
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Palo Alto
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Orange County, CA - Cypress, Long Beach, New York, San Francisco, Catalina
The good: Nothing The bad: They lie, bait and switch and false advertise. The bottom line: Stay away from this place. The details: They advertised a Mac mini 2014 i7 16GB of RAM and 500GB SSD with OS and software. I texted before coming to ask if they still had the computer available from the ad. In the text, I copied the description of the listing and the link to the Craig's List ad to be clear which exact one I was inquiring about. I also mentioned that I was driving down from San Francisco and that I'd want to test the Mac and verify it before buying. I was told the Mac was still available and that he would set it up for me to test. After driving down for 2 hours, the first thing the guy says to me as I walk in the door is that this only has a 256GB drive. It's not set up for testing or verifying that it is an i7 or checking to make sure it's not user-locked or verify that the serial number wasn't reported stolen. He tells me that it is an i7, but what good is telling me anything at this point when he got me there on a lie? He says that he can install OS X on it, but I really didn't feel like waiting for that to happen just to find out he was lying about other specs. The Mac was listed as being in "like new", but it was dinged and scratched up. I don't see how that could happen to a Mac that was only 1 year old. I'm just lucky I know enough about computers that I didn't actually buy whatever it was that they were trying to scam.
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