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Sandy Fischler
Works at Entreuse
Attends Founder Institute
Lives in Los Angeles, California
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  • 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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Entrepreneur, Designer, Marketer, Event Producer, Free Radical
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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. 
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Founded Entreuse, 2013
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Founder of Entreuse Media and Publicity Engine
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Social Media, Social Networking, Writing, Content Curation, Creative Direction, Design, Project Management
Employment
  • Entreuse
    Founder, present
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Anchorage, Alaska - Seattle, Washington - New York, New York - Orlando, Florida

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The Creative Architectural Genius of Jeff Shelton
I was cleaning out some files of pictures/articles I had saved back in the olden days when we read things (wait for it) on PAPER. Yes, kids, back in the day there was this thing called print and it was how we transmitted ideas and pictures. I ran across an ...
I was cleaning out some files of pictures/articles I had saved back in the olden days when we read things (wait for it) on PAPER. Yes, kids, back in the day there was this thing called print and it was how we transmitted idea...
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I felt the uncommon urge to publish on LInkedIn. I've been tinkering with this one for a while, mostly because the bit about Peter Thiel pontificating that we are in an innovation desert and it's all the fault of the damn hippies eyeroll  really stuck in my craw. 
I’ve been thinking quite a bit about Nicholas Carr's question: Does Innovation Arc Towards Decadence?I think he gets it completely right that those who consider the state of progress and innovation to be at a standstill are looking at the wrong measures. When you look at the tech industry infatuation with wearables and self-expression (there are over 4 million results on a search for iPhone 5 cases at Amazon, surely that’s enough self-expression ...
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This is truly hilarious.  Some CS students at Georgia Tech built a random start-up landing page generator. Each time you load the URL a perfectly meaningless start-up landing page generates. 

No actual useful start-up ideas were harmed in this project. +Alex Schleber +Steve Faktor
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"Weighn is a place for people who enjoy weighing to connect. Find local weighing events or just share your favorite tips and stories with others who love to weigh."
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I want to play with this RIGHT NOW. +Alex Schleber 
Can you replace a human designer with artificial intelligence?
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Just looked it up, have it queued for a read. Lots of ideas, the hard part is finding the one that you're passionate about enough to put all the work into. I'm trying to work backward from a Find Your Bliss state and build an idea out of things that get me all grooved. 
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And be out somewhere where it can find you..... Sitting in front of the TV doesn't count.
 
You just have to open yourself up to it . . .
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Another company fails to heed how badly these campaigns tend to go. I would love to have been in the marketing meeting with all the slick PowerPoint presentations to the boss about how a hashtag campaign would revamp the company image and lead to revenue increases. 

Are people "new" to the internet still? Is there any real social media or marketing expert who couldn't have advised Do. Not. Do. This. ? 

I mean, you expect such social tone deafness from the GOP (who stood at the center of a similar debacle just a few weeks ago) but Sea World is an entertainment company. They pay their bills on marketing and showmanship. The only guess I can make is that these companies are still hiring amateurs who don't actually get social, they just think it's another advertising channel. 
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Kinetic Sculpture by David C. Roy
Today is an all video post because if you're going to showcase things that move, ya need video of the thing actually MOVING. (Ya think?)  The artist on these is David C. Roy and there are most lovelies on his website . Bonus: excellent use of classical musi...
Today is an all video post because if you're going to showcase things that move, ya need video of the thing actually MOVING. (Ya think?)  The artist on these is David C. Roy and there are most lovelies on his website. Bonus: ...
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762 people
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Sessilanoid - a 40' Interactive Scupture
Artist James Peterson had me at 40' interactive sculpture. Yeah, I'll get on that bus, no question. Oh, wait. It lights up, too? I'm really on board now. Inspired by barnacles? Love it. The clincher?  He wrestled internally with building in plastic - the ve...
Artist James Peterson had me at 40' interactive sculpture. Yeah, I'll get on that bus, no question. Oh, wait. It lights up, too? I'm really on board now. Inspired by barnacles? Love it. The clincher?  He wrestled intern...
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Aquatrope by Tread Messenger
Since I've been immersed in learning metalwork lately, this really turned my crank. Not only is it flat out cool looking, it moves (yay for kinetics!), and it has a message built into it. The various "wheels" each depict and different water conservation mes...
Since I've been immersed in learning metalwork lately, this really turned my crank. Not only is it flat out cool looking, it moves (yay for kinetics!), and it has a message built into it. The various "wheels" each depict and ...
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File under: did anyone really not already know this? When most people say "my job sucks" the subtext is "my manager is an ass and the company is a soulless pit of hell". 
Employees want their managers to be better communicators.
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Yep. File under "Obvious".
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Art Lighting Fixtures by Stephen White
Rumor has it that I love a groovy light fixture (a look at the blog archives suggests I might like them more than just a little...) So, when these started floating by in my Pinterest feed, I was intrigued. Aren't these lovely? Created by Stephen White who s...
Rumor has it that I love a groovy light fixture (a look at the blog archives suggests I might like them more than just a little...) So, when these started floating by in my Pinterest feed, I was intrigued. Aren't these lovely...
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Today's Geekscape is a keeper! 
 
Geekscape of the Day: Wandering the River of Dreams
Artist: Jorge Jacinto   Source: http://bit.ly/1FOSPS8 .

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Dramatic Video Captures Rebirth of the River Zin in Israel’s Negev Desert
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This massive underground water treatment system for Saitama is mind-boggling.

Would you pay £140 a year for an ad-free web? - Telegraph
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The vast majority of web users would not be willing to pay to browse the internet without advertisements

Does Facebook think users are dumb? “Satire” tag added to Onion articles...
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Tags only appear once a user clicks through and FB generates "related articles."

'Killer towers': how architects are battling hazardous high-rises
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As outlandish proposals to tame Leeds’ lethal wind-tunnel tower are unveiled, we look at how architects have dealt with other epic fails

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North Wales : Gateway to Tryfan by Angie Latham
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I came for the curry and I stayed for ....the curry. Since Thai curries have become my favorite food in the world I've been darkening the door of Aura Thai fairly frequently for the past few months. I'm currently on a Panang Curry kick, but the Yellow and Red curries are also excellent. The chef here leans to the spicy side so if in doubt, go with the lesser level of spicy. The restaurant is fairly small, but has nice outdoor seating in front under the awning that's not right on the street where it's noisy. A few tables are placed well enough for a romantic meal on date night. Take out is available and they will deliver if you live really close.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
After trying to find curry paste at 3 different regular grocery stores I did the modern thing and Googled to find a Thai grocer. Lo and behold, there's one in walking distance from my house. It's amazing how we fail to see things right in front of our faces... It's a tiny little store but if you're cooking Thai it's a safe bet they've got what you want. The owner helped me right to the items I was looking for and I was honestly glad I didn't just order the stuff from Amazon. Glad to support our local mom & pop retailers!
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I've been a happy Stu's customer since 2010 and through two different vehicles - I'm thrilled to have finally found what I believe to be a competent mechanic in this area after having been so disappointed with Pep Boys for a very long time. Finding an auto shop that you trust is just a nightmare for most of us, so I really can't say enough about how great Tim Giffin is to deal with. I go there for EVERYTHING now, even oil changes. Literally, no one touches anything under the hood of my car now other than Tim's guys. Stu's AE does all the mechanic work for the Long Beach Police Dept, so you know they're good. So, my advice is that if it has wheels - take it to Tim.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I've been going to Rippy Chiropractic for over a year and have been thrilled that my back pain and pain in my hips is almost gone. When I first started going to Nancy Rippy, I was regularly in tears because my back hurt so much. The doctor is kind, compassionate and really knows her stuff. Count me as a happy customer willing to share the word!
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If you're a homeowner doing irrigation, you might not know about this fantastic chain as it's more of a "pro-shop" but you'll do a better job with your sprinkler system when you have access to better options than you'll find at the local big box retailer. If you haven't been introduced to the Hunter MP Rotator line of products, do some research because not only the rotator products good for water economy, they also do a better job covering areas evenly so you avoid spots that are too wet or dry. For home landscaping, using the specialty nozzles for short throws or special shaped areas will help you only water the areas that need irrigation and not large expanses of concrete or other locations that don't need to be irrigated. Ewing has a far better selection of specialty nozzles than any of the big box stores and you'll be happier if you just buy your connectors in bulk (speaking from experience of having to run out too many times because I was missing just one elbow or "t" connector).
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Had a great meal here the other night with a friend and was enchanted. The decor is lovely and the food was outstanding. The service was a little slow, but the restaurant was packed so that's to be a bit expected. I had the yellow curry with chicken and it was delicious. My friend had the Rad Nha, which I am definitely ordering the next time I go. Parking can be a little challenging as there are several restaurants in the plaza, but it's worth the wait and the extra effort.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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
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