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Theresa Sobczak (old account - do not use)
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Expanding carrier support for Google Voice MMS

When your sister texts you a picture of your newborn niece, it’s really important that you get it. For too long, however, Google Voice users would miss these messages for lack of MMS support.

We’ve been working with nearly 100 different North American carriers to enable this feature — including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Bell Canada, Rogers, Telus, and many more — and starting today all these integrations are live. So enjoy those incoming pics, say goodbye to fomo (fear of missing out), and stay tuned for more Google Voice messaging improvements!

p.s. If you’re a carrier, and you want to enable MMS support for Google Voice, please let us know. We’re big fans of text messaging interoperability.
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..comes MISTER Crabby McCrabbersons with some EXTREME COLD NOODLE CARBO LOADING. (With BONUS EYE STALK ACTION at the start!) Andrew Y., we ask beg you- when will the madness END? From Foodbeast.com...
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this is bizarrely captivating 
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I have yet to see the original musical. :(
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+Mark Liberman is a finalist in 7x7 Magazine's Favorite Bay Area Chef!  Vote for him!  He's definitely my favorite Bay Area Chef.  

http://woobox.com/gkdyuo/8jnubm
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I already voted!
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This is a super awesome feature.  Google made this Story automatically from the photos from my trip to India.  Great way for me to remember my trip!
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What is with the girl on the eighth day? ;)
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Bike to Work day introduced me to a lot of really cool spots down the peninsula.  

Here are some fun autoawesomed photos I took while at a park near SFO
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Did you ride all the way there?
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"How gentrified is your neighborhood (circa 1985)?" http://feedly.com/e/7ziFxFe4
Devin McCutchen, a UCLA grad student focusing on San Francisco history, recently unearthed a quiz titled "Has your neighborhood become upscale?" clipped from the September 19, 1985, edition of the ...
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The big space on the corner of 18th and Mission has been vacant for years, but the 18,000-square-foot building constructed in 1919 sold for $5 million earlier this year, according to a report from ...
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If only we had one of these in SF.... +Jim Furman 
The social aspect of drinking after class makes these group exercises at breweries a popular option.
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I like this idea!  Eliminating packaging and pre-sized foods.  My pantry would be so much cleaner if I didn't have to buy 5x of an ingredient I want for a recipe.
What if it was easy to eliminate packaging waste just by going to the right grocery store? And what if you could choose the right amount of food at a grocery store so you didn't have to throw out the excess when it went bad? A new concept grocery store in Berlin, Original Unverpackt, tackles these objectives with an impressive zero-waste policy. If anything, it's surprising that something like this doesn't already exist.
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I always think about how we can eliminate packaging. Most of it is designed to market to you, not to keep the food. If you look at movies or photos of general stores in the 1800s, very little was packaged; things came in bulk and were weighed out as you needed them.
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When you try it let me know.
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    Researcher, 2006 - present
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Carnegie Mellon University
    2002 - 2006
  • FAO Schwarz
    2000 - 2003
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Fiesta del Mar has been a go-to place for years. They give you 3 amazing salsas when you sit down. I often crave them and make a trip over there just to have the salsa. Their margarita list is long so there's something for everybody.
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