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Tom E. Turner
Worked at MIT, Harvard, Lowell
Attended Stuyvesant, MIT, Harvard, Lowell
Lives in Port Washington, NY
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along with rising real costs of food and gas consumers are paying more for 
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Facebook and Google in tech cold war http://cnnmon.ie/1dvHt8T via @CNNMoney
Facebook and Google are spending billions, battling to stay relevant in the future of technology.
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Ideal 18's, IC dinghys and Lasers racing/sailing around the bay on a cold New Years Day...
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  • MIT, Harvard, Lowell
  • Bremer, SDC, US DoT, Zacks Investment Research
  • MBTA, Stream/HP/Microsoft, Smart-source/F&R, NADC/TWX/AOL
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Hi...I was born and raised in NYC by catholic parents Edmund and Edna along with four younger siblings: Mary, Regina, John and Donna.

After attending NYC's Stuyvesant High School of Math & Science, I was admitted to MIT.  I remained around Boston for more than 30 years, providing mainly software support + programming and teaching assistance to HarvardMIT, and other organizations.   As a volunteer I helped the public access tv and free software + open source communities .    

Since 2007 as a Port Washington, NY Community Center volunteer I have helped the  Twin Pines Food Cooperative & Charitable Thrift, Residents for a More Beautiful Port Washington, and the Community Chest with the Kayak and Thanksgiving Fun Run fundraisers.

Please circle or email me: tom.e.turner at gmail.com

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