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Matthew Janes
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DEBT is the "vital air of modern commerce". Those words were spoken by Daniel Webster, an American senator, in 1834, when America’s bond market was still in its...
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Recently, five of my colleagues on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors proposed a moratorium on privately produced ho…
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ON THE desk of Chris Case, chief technology officer of Oxford Photovoltaics, there sits a small but heavy vial filled with a canary-yellow liquid. “That’s enough...
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The issue of inequality is one of the most salient in global and European politics. Thomas Piketty writes on the economic forces which have impacted upon inequality since the end of the First World...
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International Institute for Strategic Studies says despite fewer wars number of deaths has trebled since 2008 due to an ‘inexorable intensification of violence’
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It might look like an ordinary wood conference table, but the oak slab absorbs heat and releases it when the room cools down.
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Education
  • Stanford University
    Symbolic Systems, 2003 - 2009
  • South Medford High School
    1999 - 2003
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Last time I checked I was still alive and not on fire.
Work
Occupation
Android Engineer
Skills
Android, Java
Employment
  • PlanGrid
    Senior Android Engineer, 2014 - present
  • Wanelo
    Android Engineer, 2014 - 2014
  • Bloodhound, Inc.
    Software Engineer, 2011 - 2013
  • BetterOffLine, Inc.
    Software Engineer, 2010 - 2011
  • mSpot, Inc.
    Software Engineer, 2007 - 2008
  • bobbyblue.com
    Web Designer, 2009 - 2010
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Currently
San Francisco, California
Previously
Medford, Oregon - Palo Alto, California - Stanford, California - Perth, Western Australia
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The Fish #3
imjustthisguyyouknow.wordpress.com

Eel Pie Island was a scummy little rock in the middle of the Thames in Southwest London. It was historically known for its eel pie, which is

futureNYCSubway v4
www.vanshnookenraggen.com

Two years ago I released an update for my futureNYCSubway series. Version 2 sought to create an updated and more realistic vision from that

Global armed conflicts becoming more deadly, major study finds | World n...
www.theguardian.com

International Institute for Strategic Studies says despite fewer wars number of deaths has trebled since 2008 due to an ‘inexorable intensif

The Economist explains: Why the world is addicted to debt | The Economist
www.economist.com

DEBT is the "vital air of modern commerce". Those words were spoken by Daniel Webster, an American senator, in 1834, when America’s bond mar

Thoughtcrime - Charlie's Diary
www.antipope.org

Last week, our newly re-elected Prime Minister, David Cameron, said something quite remarkable in a speech outlining his new government's le

More Affordable Housing — Not a Housing Moratorium — Is What We Need in ...
medium.com

Recently, five of my colleagues on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors proposed a moratorium on privately produced ho…

Crystal clear?
www.economist.com

ON THE desk of Chris Case, chief technology officer of Oxford Photovoltaics, there sits a small but heavy vial filled with a canary-yellow l

The Math of Starbucks’ New Mini-Sized Frappuccino
www.wired.com

It might look like an ordinary wood conference table, but the oak slab absorbs heat and releases it when the room cools down.

A global progressive tax on individual net worth would offer the best so...
blogs.lse.ac.uk

The issue of inequality is one of the most salient in global and European politics. Thomas Piketty writes on the economic forces which have

Barry Ritholtz
www.bloombergview.com

Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist writing about finance, the economy and the business world. He is a professional money manager a

“China is in a hard landing now” — 中國勞工論壇 / 社會主義行動
chinaworker.info

Stock market frenzy and fabricated GDP figures cannot hide the reality of an economy in deep trouble Dikang, chinaworker.info For China’s on

Potential new vaccine blocks every strain of HIV
www.sciencealert.com

A new drug candidate is so potent against all strains of HIV, researchers think it could work as a new kind of vaccine. Developed by researc

Consumer Reports: 'Don't suffer in silence' - Chicago
chicago.suntimes.com

Consumer Reports spent nearly half a million dollars testing shrimp. Yet the magazine has no advertisements—itself incredible, in our ever-m

The 'Shocking' Cost of Letting Companies Pollute for Free
www.bloomberg.com

A new report offers a big-picture look at energy subsidies

Highways gutted American cities. So why did they build them?
www.vox.com

A story of highway engineers, institutional racism, and the auto industry.

The GOP Is Dying Off. Literally.
www.politico.com

It turns out that one of the Grand Old Party’s biggest—and least discussed—challenges going into 2016 is lying in plain sight, written right

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