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William Smith
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Attended University of California, Berkeley
Lived in Orinda, CA
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Search Engine Optimzation, Search Marketing, Business Analytics
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  • USC Marshall
    MBA Candidate, 2012 - present
  • Findlaw, a Thomson Reuters Business
    Senior SEO Strategist, 2011 - 2012
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A Senior SEO Strategist at Thomson Reuters in Sunnyvale California, and a student of the human condition.
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Bah! Some day they'll watch, from down in the gutter they will, as King Zoidberg caresses their fancy box!
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  • University of California, Berkeley
    Political Science, 2003 - 2006
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Counterpoint: What the Fuck Makes You Too Good For Advertising?
gawker.com

So our own Hamilton Nolan took time out today to explain why you should never work in advertising. He is wrong. Like, really fucking wrong

Google Drive
drive.google.com

Access everywhere. Google Drive is everywhere you are—on the web, in your home, at the office and on the go. So wherever you are, your stuff

Google+ had a chance to compete with Facebook. Not anymore.
www.slate.com

Shortly after Google launched its new social network in June, many companies—including several online magazines, Slate among them—attempted

The trouble with outsourcing
www.economist.com

WHEN Ford’s River Rouge Plant was completed in 1928 it boasted everything it needed to turn raw materials into finished

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
www.smbc-comics.com

News: September 27, 2011 Hot damn! One of the early classics of webcomics, "The Makeshift Miracle," is getting a complete makeover

Social Security Reform Bill Encourages Americans To Live Faster, Die You...
www.theonion.com

The new law will remove restrictions on cigarettes, drugs, and alcohol as well as provide tax incentives for seniors who bungee jump off of

This is my boss Kris…
pocketchange.become.com

…and he has a bit of a gambling problem. If I get 1000 +1′s, he’ll have to come to work dressed in a mini skirt and tube top. PLEASE HELP ME

The Hobbit Movie Dwarf Listing - First Look at Richard Armitage as Thori...
www.theonering.net

TheOneRing.net exclusively revealed Richard Armitage as Thorin on July 17th 2011. This page shares our thoughts on the entire group of dwarv

Historians Politely Remind Nation To Check What's Happened In Past Befor...
www.theonion.com

WASHINGTON—With the United States facing a daunting array of problems at home and abroad, leading historians courteously reminded the nation

The colonel is caught
www.economist.com

FORTY-TWO years after he took power in a coup as a handsome 27-year-old captain, Africa’s longest-serving dictator was

The all-telling eye
www.economist.com

We know what you’re thinking IMAGINE browsing a website when a saucy ad for lingerie catches your eye. You don’t click o

In praise of chaos
www.economist.com

FOR something so central to the modern world, the internet is shambolically governed. It is run by a hotch-potch of org

Why not mourn enemy donkeys, too?
www.economist.com

THOUGH Bagehot is a hand-wringing liberal on many subjects, when it comes to dodgy public art (taxpayer funded or no) he is a raving conserv

The inkblot protests
www.economist.com

IN TAHRIR SQUARE and Homs, Egyptians and Syrians have risked their lives to demand basic democratic freedoms.

Rage against the machine
www.economist.com

FROM Seattle to Sydney, protesters have taken to the streets.

Building India Inc
www.economist.com

WITH the Western way of doing things under siege, India’s rise offers a dollop of reassurance to anyone who believes in

Stepping out, not sure where you're going yet
www.economist.com

MY COLLEAGUE is right that a relatively small number of pedestrians deliberately stepping into traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge is probably no

Anti-Americanisms
www.economist.com

THE BBC, following up on an apparently successful column, asked readers to send in their least favourite Americanisms.

This is what ineffective action looks like
www.economist.com

THE video is pretty clear. A group of protesters come to a halt at the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge roadway. There a cop tells them that

Voting away your debts
www.economist.com

SO THE home of democracy is going to have a vote on whether to accept the latest European debt deal. At one level, the idea of