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Shane Harris
Attended Baylor University
Lived in Palestine,TX
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Fantastic Case for the Nexus 7. I have always liked these book type cases but have never liked the way they way they were held in with wood frames.  The Nexus 7 is held in with a reusable adhesive that allows for great aesthetics and light weight.  Excellent quality.  Hats off to DODOcase

http://www.dodocase.com/products/hardcover-for-nexus-7
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If you know me will understand I am on a quest to become an expert at whatever I am currently doing.
Introduction
Enjoying living in Austin, TX surrounded by creatively weird people and great friends. There are times I miss the fast pace center of the universe feeling of living in NYC and the many friends I was privileged to make from all over the world. 

Bragging rights
I once won the board game "Risk" on my first turn. It was an epic moment for all who saw it. The feat might can be matched but never beaten.
Education
  • Baylor University
    BBA Management, 1988 - 1991
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Management Consulting
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Web Design, Process and System Development, Administrative Management, Strategic Analysis, Training
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Palestine,TX - Waco, TX - New York, NY - Austin, TX
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Pillow did a good job making sure we got into our AirBnB with no issues. They also answered any questions we had during our stay. Place was clean and well maintained.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nice little shop with a friendly staff. My family rented Bikes to go across the Golden. Crazy but fantastic day. My 3 stars only has to do with location and no night drop off. The location is fine unless you go to Sausalito and ride Ferry back. It is is closest rental place I could find to the bridge but that means when you come back on Ferry will be furthest to return your bike. Just a preference but after a long tiring day I would rather get off Ferry and not ride several miles. This may not matter to some but I would have rather rented closer to Ferry and had a longer ride on front end and shorter on back. Real reason I give 3 stars is they close at 7 PM and have no night drop off. (other places have night drop offs. )There may be times of year this is no problem but the Ferry wait in Sausalito was close to 2 hrs. (no fault of bike shop) Most places you read about this say be an hour early to Ferry line but it took us much longer. Ended up landing at the Ferry Building with a 4 mile Bike Ride back to the Bike Shop. We had about 25 minutes to ride the traffic gauntlet (family of 5). We barely made it but it was an insane sprint for my kids especially. A night drop would have solved all. This is entirely subjective and depends on your needs. Location closer to Ferry I would give them 3 1/2 stars. Night drop off for the bikes and I would give them 4 1/2.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Coffee was okay there is better in the area. I have only been to it once while visiting San Francisco. Coffee is very subjective and could have just been the what they had drip brewed that day was not my preference. I will say the shop itself is very interesting. The 3 stars based purely on fact I did not like coffee. I will try it again in the future and maybe my opinion will change.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Mission Workshop make some great stuff. I am a big fan of their jackets , messenger bags, shorts and shirts. I typically order online but visiting San Francisco and staying in the Mission District was a worth a stop by the store. Friendly staff and great to put hands on items you see online. Some of the fabrics they use are so specialized it is great to get to try a bunch of stuff out at one time without doing the order online and return if don't like process.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
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Best coffee in area and I tried a bunch of places during my stay in the Mission District. Very friendly staff and the coffee was outstanding. I appreciated the fact staff was not snobbish. I am an avid coffee drinker order beans from all over the country and do all the stuff avid drinkers do to get a good brew. But I hate coffee shop snobbery. Coffee is so subjective and their are quite a few shops in the Mission District. If you love coffee and are in the Mission District you can't go wrong here.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
I enjoy their attention to detail and interesting fabrics they use. I typically order online but nice to be in store and try stuff on. These people care about what they do and it comes through in the quality clothes they produce. Customer service was great.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Pier 39 typical tourist trap area. It is what it is but if know what you are getting into it can be enjoyed( for no more than a few hours). The Sea Lions are fun and enjoyable to watch. I probably would not go near it if was not for the Sea Lions. Great view of Alcatraz.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago