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San Francisco needs to reform its building department to allow more new construction and remove zoning.

It's the progressive thing to do.
The city’s devastating affordability crisis has an unlikely villain—its famed liberal politics.
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To be honest, that's the only reason I picked San Francisco to start Leanplum. There is something about being a Lyft ride away from all your customers, partners, and competitors. 
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+Leanplum is hiring! Come work for the #1 mobile marketing automation platform on the planet!
We are looking for high-energy, driven professionals with sound business acumen, who are mobile savvy and posses natural sales instincts to join our Sales Development organization. You will gain experience interacting with clients of all levels, in a variety of industries and across a broad geographical area.  Leanplum offers a fast-paced, innovative environment where you will be provided the tools, resources and outstanding leadership to sell an...
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Awesome read on the history of Silicon Valley.
The Valley’s premier historian looks back to the past to envision its bright future — with an assist from Steve Jobs.
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+Leanplum launches mobile lifecycle marketing on TechCrunch! 
This is the culmination of a lot of hard work from the entire team. Kudos to everyone!
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If there is one article worth reading today, this is it!
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I was impressed with the amount of detail as well. Techcrunch is typically the place for articles that take 30 min to write. This one I'm sure took a month to prepare. I guess they did mention there is suburban inversion happening all around the country, which is your point 2)?
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Excited to be presenting at Mobile Apps Unlocked tomorrow.
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I'm a softie when it comes to debt forgiveness, for practical reasons. Too much debt is a drag on the system (and perhaps unjust too when unscrupulous politicians use it to buy votes). Also, when lenders make loans to countries (or individuals) that they should have known would get into trouble, they should eat some of the loss. Thus, the US would be in better shape if mortgage lenders had taken more writedowns. Consumers wouldn't be stymied by debt overhang and underwater homes, and investors in mortgage-backed securities would be more careful next time around. In the case of Greece, both admitting that country into the euro and then lending to it with essentially no risk premium (as happened 2000-2006) was dumb. Greeks should not take all the loss (even if they did live beyond their means with borrowed money). So, there are good reasons for writing down Greek debt, as well as some drawbacks (the creation of moral hazard and the inequity of forgiving their debt but not Portugal's etc.). BTW Leonid Bershidsky had a different take on the historical analogy: bloombergview.com/articles/2015-01-27/germany-deserved-debt-relief-greece-doesn-t-i5fdca2y
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On Monday, Apple announced iOS 9, the future of iOS development, at this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference. Let’s explore which announcements are
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Silicon Valley circa 1948. Orchards everywhere.
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+Leanplum on +Mashable!
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Save the bees, please!
Thousands of people hit the streets in cities across the world Saturday to protest against the American biotechnology giant Monsanto and its genetically modified crops and pesticides. The third annual March Against Monsanto -- begun by the Occupy movement -- was held in upwards of 400 cities in more than 40 countries from the Americas to Africa and Europe. The controversial product's main ingredient was recently classified as "probably carcinogen...
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    Software Engineering, 2009 - 2011
  • State University of New York at Brockport
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