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Nicholas Walsh
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Attended University of Bath, Humboldt University, Berlin
Lived in Seattle, WA
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Allowance made sane!

http://nickel.co/blog/2016/1/20/introducing-nickel-the-allowance-that-teaches-1

Super proud of +Oliver Deighton and friends for the launch.
Today, Nickel is exclusively available in the Apple App Store. We’re announcing a new approach to childhood financial education that helps kids learn about money by actually using it – under their parents’ guidance.
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This is just excellent.

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The average American consumes more than 300 gallons of California water each week by eating food that was produced there.
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Marking Safer Internet Day, Google is giving an extra 2GB of Google Drive storage to anyone who completes this security checkup by February 17. The checkup makes sure your account ...
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Fourteen space travel posters of colorful, exotic space settings are now available free for downloading and printing.
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Very proud of my cousin, +Andrew Stanbridge , shining a light on the Rohingya people's situation.

http://www.andrewstanbridge.com/taungpyodetainmentcamps
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Whoa, so that's how you do it. And I was using a full kit this whole time. Foolish.
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When the lights go up in the city...
 
Vincent Laforet takes a helicopter up to 7,200 feet to capture amazing views of San Francisco.
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If you ever need some comms inspiration...

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Education
  • University of Bath, Humboldt University, Berlin
    Euromasters, 1998 - 1999
  • University of California, Santa Cruz
    International Relations, 1990 - 1994
  • Sidwell Friends
    1986 - 1990
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  • Google
    Brand, 2006 - present
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Seattle, WA - Washington, D.C. - Santa Cruz, CA - San Francisco, CA - Portland, ME - Somerville, MA - Bath, England - Berlin, Germany - Goettingen, Germany - Wil, Switzerland - London, England - Torri del Benaco, Italy - Milan, Italy - Berkeley, CA
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They've just redone and relaunched this restaurant (with help from folks from San Francisco's Slanted Door, no less), and the food and vibe are phenomenal. Stepping into Porta Costa is like going back in time, and the Roadhouse captures that authenticity. The cocktails were fantastic - had the Bees Knees, made with honey harvested by the restaurant GM. The wine selection was diverse, but didn't overwhelm, and the food blew us away. We had the pumpkin soup, with just a little kick to it; the chicken liver starter wasn't too heavy; the mussels were absolutely amazing - could live on the broth from those and bread alone. The halibut entree was very fresh, and the braised endives on the side was a taste we hadn't experienced before - don't know what they did to them exactly, but we were left wanting more. Desert selection is very simple - we were too stuffed to handle any. The ambiance was welcoming - big ceilings and a massive bar, and service was friendly and fun. All the folks running this place definitely know their stuff and you get a sense it's a labor of love.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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