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Beth Liebert
Works at Google
Attended Punahou
Lives in San Francisco, CA
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Product Manager, My Maps in Google Maps
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  • Google
    Product Manager, My Maps in Google Maps, 2010 - present
  • Google
    Product Manager, Google Analytics, 2007 - 2010
  • IDEO
    2005 - 2007
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San Francisco, CA
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Honolulu - Bay Area - Hawaii - Japan
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  • Playing social competitve sports, in particular ultimate and tennis
  • Succulents
  • Mushrooms
  • Other radial geometry
  • Building stuff with my hands
Education
  • Punahou
    2001
  • Stanford
    B.S. Product Design (Minor in Studio Art), 2005
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Larry Page originally shared:
 
Just watched this mini movie. It's poetic and charming so wanted to share it --StreetView meets Toy Story. Incredibly heartwarming to see the magical way people around the world are inspired by Google products.

An article on how it was made:
http://www.theatlantic.com/video/archive/2011/11/address-is-approximate/248928/
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Check this out- this is an "Earthstar"- which is actually a type of mushroom. It's like a puffball with a flamboyant crown to sit on. Found on a hike in San Carlos
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+Beth Liebert be careful about mushrooms, theres so many mushrooms are having poisons so its good to be careful every mushroom only except inside supermarket
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Glad new yorkers are mapping key resources during the storm
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My favorite part is how the turtle is attacking at turtle pace
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Oh, man, these are hilarious. I hardly know how to pick a favorite. I hope the panicked deer is OK, though.
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In case you are thinking about renovating, here are some details, tips and tricks
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good job!
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Vinoaj Vijeyakumaar originally shared:
 
No durians allowed at the Prince Hotel. I guess it's going to be a rather boring workshop. 
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For anyone who's ever been up to no good, my good friend Whit is about 4 days and a few donations away from reaching his Kickstarter fundraising goal of $30k to produce his documentary about TP'ing houses as a teenager. Yep, heavy stuff.

Would love to see this film happen- and your $20 could be the difference- think about it!
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My friend Whit is making a documentary and needs your help fundraising. Skip your overpriced meal out tonight and put your money towards making someone's dream a reality!
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Gregor Hochmuth originally shared:
 
A visual history of crayons:

http://www.datapointed.net/visualizations/color/crayola-crayon-chart/

... tracks the colors found in Crayola’s their standard box, from its humble eight color beginnings in 1903 to the present day’s 120-count lineup. Crayola's Law: The number of colors doubles every 28 years.
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On the upside, service is fast and straightforward, and the portions are big. But quantity does not compensate for the quality- nothing is seasoned, the lettuce is iceberg, the tomatillo salsa way too spicy and the red salsa tastes like ketchup. Skip this place.
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reviewed 6 months ago
We gather a group of about 20 friends here every couple months to eat as many soup dumplings as we can manage. Their green beans and donuts are also some of my favorite.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very good
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Decent park for a walk- nothing worth driving out of the way for.
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Cheap, delicious creamy pork broth ramen. Nothing pretentious, but a clearn, modern, on the edge of trendy interior, without feeling disingenuous. If I lived nearby, I'd probably eat here once a week!
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Pricey because of location ($13 for rolls, $24 for a chiirashi bowl), but nicely located right at the bottom of the slopes in thecenter of the village. Sushi was really quite delicious though, so at least you also get some quality for that price!
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