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Christopher Correa
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Communications, Public Relations and Marketing professional. Have written about those fields for Forbes and Business Insider.
Communications, Public Relations and Marketing professional. Have written about those fields for Forbes and Business Insider.

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Thrilled to be featured in this article on the pioneers of California's economy and adtech community, written by the former head of California's Employment Development Department and Milken Institute Fellow Michael Bernick. I'm in great company, too: FWD.us, San Francisco Citizens Initiative for Technology and Innovation and more. Honored!

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Jared Matthew Weiss believes we are only just beginning to scratch the surface on revealing who we really are to one another–and even to ourselves–via social media. His company, Overture.me, to bring out the humanity in an avatar-studded digital population.

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My latest Forbes piece. In it, the brilliant Toby Young ("Top Chef" judge, author of "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," former Vanity Fair contributing editor and co-founder of the West London Free School) brings sharp perspective on social/citizen media's place in traditional media, and in the face of the "state."

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Meet the newest member of my family, Eleanor Rigby.
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Dog visit a huge success. One step closer to adoption.

A double-dip is never a good thing, be it with corn chips or blue chips.

Just saw "Rise of the Planet of the Apes". Not sure it's getting the critical credit it deserves. Good pacing and thoughtful bits = boring? Charlton Heston's overacting is more human than what WETA and Any Serkis achieved together? They got a lot of SF details spot-on, too, from the Cole Fox Hardware shopping bag to the FasTrak toll tags, to several scenes filmed in my actual neighborhood (or a set that looked just like it).

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My latest Forbes piece. "Social networks have made global classrooms easy to put together, participate in, even preserve. They’ve also further facilitated identity theft and sexual predation."

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Congrats to my buddy Sasha Stone and www.AwardsDaily.com on being quoted in the new slate of "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" TV spots. She and Ryan Adams run my go-to site for film insights, trends and analysis. Here's the full piece: http://www.awardsdaily.com/2011/08/unleashed-the-rise-of-the-planet-of-the-apes-is-2011s-best-film-so-far/
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