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John Paul Titlow
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Attended Temple University
Lives in Philadelphia, PA
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For Sonos, the Google Play integration is just the beginning of a much bigger strategy: to become the means by which just about any sound on the Internet is heard out loud in high quality.

Although Cullen won't say which services they're looking at integrating with next, it's clear from talking to him that they're only getting started with this type of partnership.
Sonos continues to shift its attention to software.
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"People thought I was out of my mind to do something that was so retro and slow," Westergren says. "It was contrary to all the trends in technology. "
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Stepping inside DuckDuckGo's headquarters in Paoli, Pennsylvania, it's hard to imagine that its two modest, sparsely occupied floors could be used to launch an insurgency against one of the biggest tech companies on the planet. But they are. 

My behind-the-scenes look at what makes Google's tiniest competitor tick. 
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My first post for FastCoDesign and the best headline I've ever written. 
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With backgrounds in building cameras and cinematic-quality lenses, the team behind Moment is hoping to strike the crucial balance between image quality, lens size, and cost that has proven so hard for others to nail.
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The Cira Center is a pretty weird structure. With its reflective exterior and asymmetrical shape, the 437-foot-high building resembles a magic crystal jutting out into the sky. It happens to be very wide and adorned with LED lights, but beyond that, its design is not particularly forgiving to game designers.
A gaming professor hacked a skyscraper to make a 29-story version of Tetris. Here's how he pulled it off.
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Do people use Google+ yet? If so, check out this story I wrote about Neil Young's new digital music startup. 
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These guys rigged up a rocket with sensors and a GoPro cam and used Google Glass to launch it. Here's how they pulled it off. 
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Indeed, like many of the immersive web stories that followed, Snow Fall was built alongside the Times's content management system, independent of their standard online editorial workflow.

My inside look at the backend overhaul of NYTimes.com 
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We're taking more photos than ever, and managing them is becoming a bit of a nightmare. This former Apple exec is launching a new company to unify your fractured mess of a photo collection.
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