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Marc Kevin Hall
Works at Credible, Inc
Attended Murray State University
Lives in Takoma Park, MD
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This homeowner's response to her bigoted neighbors makes me very happy.
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Testing out Chromecast, I played the 1944 silent art film, "The Private Life of a Cat." Felicia found it thoroughly engrossing. 
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Chromecast kicks so much ass
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This is an interesting step toward making a more secure phone network.
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So for those who don't know, I also have a sporadically updated website called Hidden City. It has a G+ page, too, although prior to today I've not done anything with it, largely because of the difficulty of automating posting to the page. (Sorry, Google, but I prefer to keep as much of my content as possible on my own site.)

I'd love it if you'd check it out!
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Thank you, +Yvonne Pinney, for introducing me to this marvelous - and seasonally appropriate! - video! #Halloween  
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I love the way Felicia photobombs Vivian via #autoawesome. 
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Is there a way to hide the G+ What's Hot from my feed? It's become such a wretched hive of scum and teabaggers it's discouraging me from using G+ at all. 
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Thank you! I was able to track it down on the web page, as you suggested.
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My designer friends will appreciate this.
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I quite like this group, and the video reflects their aesthetic well.
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Bela Fleck's Danse Macabre, as performed for @neilhimself's Graveyard Book.
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Teller of tales, teacher of technology.
Introduction
Hi, my name’s Marc Kevin Hall. I'm a lot of things to a lot of people in a lot of different places. I'm an IT project manager, and a writer. I'm also a storyteller, and a social engineer. I'm a detail-oriented big picture person, and an oxymoron. Oh, and I'm a cat lover.

If you need more information than you find here on G+, please check my personal portal, or just shoot me a note.
Bragging rights
Tells great stories. Eerie grasp of all types of systems. Contains fissionable passion. Hasn't killed anyone yet.
Education
  • Murray State University
    Music Composition, English
  • Broward Community College
    English Literature, Music Performance
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Other names
mkh, mkhall
Work
Occupation
Tech consultant to non-for-profit organizations. Oh, and writer, too.
Employment
  • Credible, Inc
    Tech Writer, 2013 - present
    We're still working that part out, but it will probably involve technology and words.
  • Marc Kevin Hall
    Writer. Brainstormer. Storyteller. Geek., 2009 - 2013
  • Macy's
    IT Manager: Web, E-mail, Equipment, Support, 1994 - 2009
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Takoma Park, MD
Previously
Miami - USA
A superb cinema catering more to adults than the teen demographic, with a solid representation of art house films alongside other independent productions. There's a full bar with a reasonable selection, and good, reasonably priced sandwiches and snacks. Best of all, the lobby has a nice area of plush seating to enjoy a post-film beverage, instead of having to run out into the crowds when the house lights come up.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Good food, generous portions, and a friendly staff.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Excellent food with a friendly staff and clean and tasteful decor. The lentil samosas are wonderful, spicy and flavorful filling wrapped in a flaky crust, with a lovely presentation - not often the strong point of Ethiopian restaurants. The samplers are very well balanced, offering a good variety without overwhelming quantities of food, and the quality is superb. For a suburban neighborhood and an unassuming strip mall, Sheba is quite a treasure.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Reasonably fast, thorough and professional staff.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The food is good enough, on average; it's rarely spectacular, but never awful, either. The selection, however, is amazing. While it is a bit pricey for the quality, being able to get a wide variety of Chinese dishes, plus sushi/sashimi, plus kid friendly options, makes it worthwhile for nights when no one can agree on what they want.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Very good Indian/Pakistani buffet for $11.95. We stopped in on a Sunday afternoon and were pleasantly surprised by the quality.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is a classic neighborhood bakery - small, unpretentious, but very, very good. This isn't the place to go for hip, trendy cupcakes and breads; this is where you go for fresh bread, delicious pastries, and amazing pies, all at great prices. I confess to a growing addiction to their cherry pies.
Quality: Very goodAppeal: GoodService: Excellent
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