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Kelvin Pichardo
Attended Hunter College
Lives in New York, New York
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Big couple of days coming up as J Moses, founder of WeChi, speaks at the 8th Annual Games for Health Conference.
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Spotify's success is due to its deep Facebook integration, which makes the service both hyper-social and user friendly.
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More than 66% of adults are connected to one or more social media platforms, but who exactly are these people?
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SITH LORD: What my friends do VS What society thinks I do.
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A place for How you're doing, not just What you're doing!
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A study about digital influence says Klout and other social media measurement tools don't define how users influence their networks.
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Think hashtag campaigns are always failures? Here are six companies that did it right.
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+Invisible Children, a movement seeking to end the conflict in Uganda, has created a film it hopes will accelerate the arrest of Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) leader Joseph Kony, who has been kidnapping and abducting Uganda’s youth for nearly three decades.

Filmmaker Jason Russell says that it’s obvious Kony should be stopped, but the problem is “99% of the world doesn’t know who he is.” To spread knowledge of Kony and his abductions, Invisible Children is targeting 20 culture makers and 12 policymakers who it believes have the influence to spread word of Kony to the rest of the planet.
Invisible Children has created a film KONY 2012 it hopes will accelerate the arrest of Lord's Resistance Army Leader Joseph Kony.
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    2011
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Clueless but devoted husband, bumbling father to a daddy's little girl.
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I was helping my mother in-law shop for a new car this weekend and we were cross shopping the Audi A4 and the BMW 328. Travis Emery at OpenRoad Audi helped us out and he is an excellent professional. He's knowledgable on the Audi line up and was able to convey a lot of information in a very digestible manner which helped my mother in-law really understand the features and specs on the A4. His no pressure approach made for a pleasant experience as we felt like he was on our team getting us as much information as he could to help us make a decision. When it came to crunching numbers he was very transparent, taking the time to explain what factors were driving the numbers and being patient enough to make sure we understood everything. In the end we went with the BMW because of manufacture incentives that enabled us to get a better deal. The guys at OpenRoad Audi really tried to match the deal to get us in the A4 we wanted but couldn't put together something that also made sense for them — and that is totally fair. I encourage anyone in the market for an Audi to visit OpenRoad Audi in Manhattan and give Travis a call!
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