- UC BerkeleyPolitical Science, Mass Communications, 1995 - 1999
- Program Manager, 2011 - presentGoogle Analytics Advocacy. Prior work at Google includes Developer Relations, Google+.
- Paladin Advisors GroupManaging Director, 2009 - 2011
- BlueArcDir, Corporate Marketing, 2001 - 2009
- 3CubeWeb Marketing Manager, 1999 - 2001
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Each year, American businesses are confronted with estimates that upwards of $2 to $4 billion in worker productivity is lost thanks to employee office pools around March Madness, the month-long college basketball championship tournament. Conventional wisdom has it that the tens of millions of players may physically check in to the office, but mentally are somewhere else, working at half speed, sapping dollars from their employer.
That single digit billion dollar gap is trivial compared to what the country has likely already seen after a year-long torture test of a presidential campaign, followed up with the looming tenure led by a person whose unpredictability and lack of respect for historical precedent, combined with a filter-free ability to share his half-formed thoughts with the world has everyone guessing what headline will flare up next.
"The next time you enter a query into Google’s search engine or consult the company’s map service for directions to a movie theater, remember that a big brain is working behind the scenes to provide relevant search results and make sure you don’t get lost while driving."
"A year into his tenure as CEO of Google, the low-key leader talks about what the company is, where it’s going, and how it gets things done."
Meet the department of Chromeland Security.
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"The game, which relies on more than a dozen Google Cloud Platform services, created far more network traffic than Niantic thought possible, ultimately generating five times the demand Niantic expected under its worst case scenario."
I'm no photographer, like , or , but for the last few months, I've been taking pictures with the Google Pixel phone, which we recently announced.
Here are some of my favorites of simple things. Dogs. Kids. Baseball. Trees. Food.
This phone and camera are so good they make my random shots look good. It also helps my kids are cute.
I don't usually link to , but when I do, it's because they found Google's Pixel and Pixel XL to be the best smartphones in the world. Of course, if you're reading this, you probably knew that already.
These both arrived today. So which one do I set up first and will I ever leave my house again?
Dealin' With Idiots - Movies & TV on Google Play
Jeff Garlin stars as a comedian who chronicles the colorful parents and coaches of his son's youth baseball league for his next movie in thi
Preaching to Our Choirs and Setting Up Blinders for All Else
Just about four years ago, Eli Pariser raised some very real flags about the "filter bubble", concerned that many of us on the Web were limi
Taking the 100k Steps Fitbit Challenge and Raising Money for Charity
On Monday, I have a crazy plan to set a new personal record for Fitbit steps. The goal? 100,000 steps in a single day, blowing away my previ
Thomas Hawk Digital Connection » Blog Archive » How Apple Botched This M...
I'm a huge Apple fan. My wife and I both have an Apple iPhone 5s and both own MacBook Pros as our primary computers. We have 5 Apple TVs con