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Tresa Horney
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Attended Portland Community College
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If NFL Logos were redesign to look like Soccer Clubs

Mine - Philadelphia Eagles
+kenny ortiz - Green Bay Packers
+Mario Morales - Dallas Cowboys
+Jhilma Morales - Oakland Raiders
+Victor Torres - New England Patriots
+Brandt Lovell - Jacksonville Jaguars


http://www.FootballAsFootball.com via http://www.Deadspin.com
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This is pretty bad ass.
 
Check out these photos from the Project Loon team showing how the launch technology works.

#projectloon
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OH yeah. Snoop!
snoopdogg: Rite. Away. #snooplion #reincarnated (Taken with Instagram)
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Big victory for Portlanders! Congratulations to all involved.
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Polish Festival? Yes, please.
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"So, what could explain these differences? It turns out that it is the design of the form at the DMV. In countries where the form is set as “opt-in” (check this box if you want to participate in the organ donation program) people do not check the box and as a consequence they do not become a part of the program. In countries where the form is set as “opt-out” (check this box if you don’t want to participate in the organ donation program) people also do not check the box and are automatically enrolled in the program. In both cases large proportions of people simply adopt the default option."
In my mind we have learned three main lessons in these two sub-fields: 1) that the environment has a large, yet unrecognized, effect on our behavior, 2) that our intuitions about what drives our behaviors are flawed, 3) and that emotions play a large role in our decision making.
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Holy smokes!

"As a result, consumers don’t know that taking megavitamins could increase their risk of cancer and heart disease and shorten their lives; they don’t know that they have been suffering too much of a good thing for too long."
When it comes to antioxidants, more is not always better.
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In the city that never sleeps it's easy being green.
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Ted Deli's profile photo
Keith Quick's profile photo
Seth Prickett's profile photo
Molly Woon's profile photo
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Gabriel Amadeus Tiller's profile photo
Michelle Capobres's profile photo
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Web Designer and Developer
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Volunteer Management, Community Organizing, Customer Service, Community Outreach, Volunteer Recruiting, Political Campaigns, Web Development, Web Design, Mobile Web Design, CSS3
Employment
  • Flowerpot Media
    Junior web designer and developer, 2014 - present
    I help create thoughtful websites that service small business client needs, integrating eCommerce and social media into unique designs.
  • Oregon League of Conservation Voters
    Metro Organizer, Web Manager, 2006 - 2012
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Web Sherpa. And supporter of all things productive, efficient, and fun. Portland, Oregon
Education
  • Portland Community College
    Web Design & Development, 2011 - 2014
    PHP, JAVA, HTML/5, CSS3, Flash, Multimedia
  • University of Michigan
    Political Science, 95 - 98
  • University of Michigan
    Psychology, 95 - 98
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Amazing noodles. I found the vegetarian noodle dish to be a great portion size (just enough for leftovers) and packed with flavor. At 2pm on a Saturday, the place was packed with people and no sign of letting up. Even so, the wait to be seated was kept to a minimum, the service was friendly and fast, and the food was great. I highly recommend to all.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
We were just here a couple weeks ago and loved this shop. The store is minimalist and bright, with art pieces that showcase a mixing of pop culture references with traditional Mexican histories and heroics. Really unique art items with s subtle but powerful messages. Great shop for gifts too.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Surprised to find pour over coffee in Vancouver, WA. Friendly staff and coffee that exceeds expectations. What more could you ask for?
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Outstanding ice cream, creative flavors. A must stop on any day warmer than 85 degrees.
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reviewed 9 months ago
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If you like wine, add Sokol Blosser to your list of wine stops. These folks do it right. And they use solar power!
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Awesome brewery, great tasting beer. If you find yourself in Astoria, you'll wanna stop here at least once.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Went on a busy night. As we walked in the door, staff told us to find our own table. All the tables were taken when we walked a loop around the restaurant. Staff came back and told us to seat ourselves. We couldn't because all of the tables were dirty. A small group of people left and a server came and told us to sit a the dirty table. We preferred to wait for it to be cleaned, which seemed to unsettle the server. After we were seated, things improved a bit. The tacos were great, and the service got better.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago