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Paul Nicholson (pwnicholson)
Works at HealthTrust Purchasing Group
Attended Middle Tennessee State Univ
Lives in Nashville, TN
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The best thing to do when you have more strawberries from your garden than you could possibly eat while fresh... 
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Maybe I'm late to the game on this one, but Madeon is good stuff. Got the blood pumping this morning.
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+Troy McKeown I think I caught the live video back when. Didn't remember the name though. His new album is pretty great 
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Thanks to the equipment swap today, I'm just set of shoulder pads & an entrance fee away from being able to join D league hockey. And the hockey pants I got just happened to be game-worn by Viktor Stalberg. Including those I got all the gear for a total of about $50 (except skates I already had and the aforementioned missing shoulder pads) 
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Huge thanks to +Nashville Predators, Bridgestone Arena, & everyone that made this happen - Stick & Puck - https://flic.kr/p/rxg4m7 

To help make it clear it if isn't obvious: Ian and I got to do some open stick & puck time on the Preds home ice at Bridgestone arena tonight. Came out the visitors tunnel/bench & everything.
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Incredibly inspiring. So worth 20 minutes of your time. I've already ordered mine. Elon has the amazing ability to make things happen. He doesn't just dream, he executes and delivers against his ideas. That's inspiring.

www.theverge.com/2015/5/1/8527543/elon-musk-tesla-battery-feels
I've watched a lot of handsomely paid CEOs get on stages for keynote presentations over the past decade, and none were as good as the one I saw Elon Musk give Thursday night in California as he...
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must watch. adult language, but important content. I do wish he had spent time talking about some of the companies that are actually trying to solve the problems
 
"Trendy clothes are cheaper than ever. That sounds great for the people who buy them, but it's horrible for the people who make them." #fashionrev   #fashionrevolution  
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Awesome way to spend the early part of our afternoon with my boys 
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time warp fun
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This is pretty great. And Tori is good people.
 
Llama named Pearl joins HealthTrust employee Tori Howk on fun therapy visits.
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Llama named Pearl joins Tori Howk on fun therapy visits Coupling her nursing experience and love of animals, HealthTrust employee Tori Howk (GPO...
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Anyone want to buy a factory refurb Nexus 5 for ~$80?
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So you need to sell or just take back a broken phone? Got it.
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Moved from a cubicle to an office just in time for these guys to join me for #starwarsday 
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The last picture I will take w/ my +Samsung Mobile USA​ Galaxy S6. Can't wait to get back on vanilla +Android​. +Motorola Mobility#motox
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Be nice if more of these hardware manufacturers made available the Google Play edition again. Guess it's hard prohibitive supporting two OSes for the same device.

I back to iPhone from the Nexus4, but the renewed emphasis on the quick camera action especially has me interested (I still use my Nexus4 on 5.1 on Wifi).
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Has anyone else tried Contributor by Google yet? I just got my beta invite. Not sure if I'm signing up or not https://www.google.com/contributor/welcome/
Introducing Contributor by Google. An experiment in additional ways to fund the web.
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It's an optional thing. Normally you just don't see ads.
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Online Marketing, Social-type guy, Community Moderator
Employment
  • HealthTrust Purchasing Group
    Manager, Digital Marketing, 2014 - present
  • Dell, Inc
    Brand Marketing, Business Process, 2004 - 2014
  • Twitfinite
    2009 - 2011
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Nashville, TN
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San Antonio, TX - Lubbock, TX - Corpus Christi, TX - New Orleans, LA - Corsicana, TX - Hunstville, AL
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Marketing, Photos, Hockey, Tech, and Fatherhood.
Introduction
Product/Brand Manager at Dell. Social media junkie, strategist, and app idea guy. Hockey fan, photographer, and father to 2 awesome boys.

(Opinions expressed here are not those of my employer. Heck, they might not even be mine.)
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Education
  • Middle Tennessee State Univ
    B.S. Recording Industry Management. Marketing minor, 2004
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March 7
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Great brisket and sausage
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Saw almost nothing, had an old, small boat. After seeing a large catamaran on the video and expecting to get to use that to see dozens of dolphins, and hopefully some whales, we ended up getting an old, small boat that had several broken seats to make a 3 hour loop and see maybe 20 common dolphins. Even the snack bar was woefully under-equipped. I've rarely been so disappointed in my life. The best part of the cruise was that the bathroom was cleaner than I expected (which isn't to say they are nice) and that the trip was silent and restful... because literally half the boat, adults included, fell asleep for a good portion of the journey.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
An OK place for normal dinner, the good stuff is the late night menu. Great place to hit for an after movie snack or dessert (amazing desserts) after a flick at the Belcourt.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Amazing architecture. Exhibits are hit or miss. Some are great, but some are duds. Worth having a membership for the 3-4 good ones that come through every year, plus the kids area is a good rainy day spot for the kids. Parking is a pain though, especially if you're unlucky enough to come when they're having a board meeting. They basically close down the parking lot to the public for those.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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A growing zoo with a decent selection of animals and a very good playground for kids from 2-20. Educational content for average visitors could be improved.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Trivia night is fun and the burgers and sweet potato fries are very good. Only downside: Burgers are made medium-well no matter how you order them and fries are occasionally left chilling under a heat lamp too long.
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Public - a year ago
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