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Sandy Fischler
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Lives in Los Angeles, California
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Founder of Entreuse Electronic Press Kit
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Social Media, Social Networking, Writing, Content Curation, Creative Direction, Design, Project Management
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    Entreuse, present
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Los Angeles, California
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Anchorage, Alaska - Seattle, Washington - New York, New York - Orlando, Florida
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Entrepreneur, Designer, Marketer, Event Producer, Free Radical
Introduction
Guy Kawasaki’s explicit instructions are to write an Enchanting profile. 

Alrighty then. You only get one chance to make a first impression…

Hi! (big, warm smile) welcome to my content stream. Types of content you’ll find here: 

* Things about creativity
* Things about social media branding
* Lovely bits of eye candy and art

Please stay a while, can I get you a beverage? Coffee? Tea? Glass of wine? 

So, now that we’ve officially met, here’s a fact sheet - bulleted because I respect your time. 

* Founder of Entreuse (don’t YOU need an electronic press kit?) 
* Event Producer 
* Designer of pretty things
* Cat person
* Devotee of organic architecture

There’s a lot more (Google Search!) but that’s the Cliff Notes version. 

My cover photo is from one of the builds I've designed for my Botanical Garden in Second LIfe. 
Bragging rights
Founded Entreuse, 2013
Education
  • Founder Institute
    Startup Accelerator, present
    Where I'm being groomed for entrepreneurial success!
  • University of Alaska Anchorage
    Theatre
  • Bartlett High School
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This is every meeting I've ever been to. 
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Sharing my Saturday evening ear worm with you all. 
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Since the very beginnings I've like their music, but hated their MTV targeted videos (excluding "live" performance videos, of course). :) So... +1 for the tune.
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Some interesting experiences that might be relevant if you are doing "real-world" business. 
 
*Fascinating insights for #online2offline business models* from the guy who did Exec ( "Uber for personal assistant tasks").

#startups #strategy via VC/founder @cdixon on Twitter.
/cc +John Blossom +Gregory Esau +Sandy Fischler +Rob Gordon +John Kellden
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View large - this is really nice work. 
 
Swedish illustrator Kilian Eng. 
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I'm sitting here fantasizing about this in my back yard.....
 
Here is a Teaser Image from the shoot today with +Tom Harris. We went all over the place, and got some really great shots.. this one has just finished processing and is of the lower lake/pond at Forde Abbey. I'm taking my time here, each image is taking around 45 minutes to produce and following the instructions from my mentor +Trey Ratcliff.
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Heck... I often fantasize about just having a back yard! LOL!
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Drops of Light - Art Lighting Installation by Torafu
In my fantasy world where I have a ton of rooms and spaces to decorate and create compelling experiences for people, I'd put these as the main overhead lighting in one of them. Probably combined with Troika's "Light Rain" so you get the movement under your ...
In my fantasy world where I have a ton of rooms and spaces to decorate and create compelling experiences for people, I'd put these as the main overhead lighting in one of them. Probably combined with Troika's "Light Rain" so ...
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Thankfully, someone put out a list. Thanks, Pete!
 
The Heartbleed bug is already being called one of the biggest security threats the Internet has ever seen. +Mashable has taken a deep dive into what sites require password changes. Protect yourselves!
A look at which companies have issued a security patch to fix the Heartbleed bug.
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Some of the scenes were shot on my sim, The Botanical Gardens, in Second Life...
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All those people cooing over the new Twitter layout are going to be weeping when it starts being used to deliver advertising.  

Just sayin'
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It is smart move. Once again proving that design leads to revenue! :)
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reviewed 5 months ago
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Public - 6 months ago
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I went to The Bike Palace in the first place for a professional bike fitting from Tony - I ended up buying a new bike instead. I'm aging (yeah, aren't we all?) and starting to sustain some wear from daily fitness bicycling (knee issues, hip issues, unhappy hamstrings..) and was hoping that a professional fitting would help me with the right biomechanics to slow down the wear and tear. As it turned out, the frame size on my bike was too small and it wasn't possible to move the seat back enough so that my knees were correctly over the pedals where they should be. Tony spent a lot of time fitting me onto various bikes to find the one that fit my body best and was in the right price range for my budget. Of the 3 bicycle stores that I've been to, I haven't ever received that level of detail and consideration to make sure I had the right bike for my activity level, properly sized and fitted for my knee/hip range of motion. The difference between my old bike with a frame too small and a properly sized bike is so enormous I really can't say enough how happy I am that I went to Tony for a bike fitting. I'll be seeing you all on the road, without knee and hip pain!
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I recently got religion on personal branding and creating an image for myself as a professional in my field - which meant I needed pictures. Not, candid, here-I-am-with-my-Starbucks-on-a-15-hour-workday pictures like I have now. Real professional shots that were engaging and positioned me as a creative professional. I found Josh through a Google Search (yay!) and was impressed with the quality of his work displayed on his website. He had clear packages available at reasonable prices. On the shoot day, Josh was great to work with. He has a huge collection of great locations that bring out the qualities his subjects are looking to highlight. He watches his lighting and is considerate of the nearby businesses when he's shooting. Afterwards all images are uploaded to a website so you can peruse and pick favorites. The link is shareable with other that you want to review the shots -- we aren't always the best judge of our own photos and it helps to have unbiased reviewers take a look. It was a great experience and I'm very happy with my results, which you can see in my profile pick here on Google+! Every professional should have pictures this good, why so many don't is beyond me.
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