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Work at a profitable, pre-IPO game company. Meals, dogs, games, and more!

Contact me and feel free to refer anyone to me.

Revenue Manager

Biz Ops
Online Media Buyer

Customer Support
Director of Game QA

UI Designer

Flash Developer
Java Server Engineer
Web Developer
Web Devleoper (Los Gatos)

Human Resources
HR Coordinator
University Relations Manager

Net Ops/IT

Data Center Tech
Desk Support Tech
Linus Sys Admin
Network Engineer
Net Ops Manager (Santa Clara)
NOC Engineer (Santa Clara)
NOC Lead (Santa Clara)
Sr Security Engineer
Site Operations Manager

Platform Ops

Fraud Analyst
HADOOP Engineer
QA Automation Engineer
Sr. Security Network Engineer

Product Management

Product Manager
Product Manager, Features

Students and New Graduates
Intern/Co-Op Developer/Engineer
Intern/Co-Op Product Manager
New Grad Full time Developer/Engineer
New Grad Full time Product Manager

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Taken from Matt at 37Signals:


Activist, poet, and musician Saul Williams is catching gruff from fans for allowing Nike to use his song “List of Demands” in commercials.

Williams wrote an open letter defending the use of the song.

I received a lot of questions from some about why I would allow my song ‘List of Demands’ to be used in a Nike campaign. Ironically, half of the people now reading this post never heard of me until that commercial aired. That, indeed, was one of my reasons for allowing it. A small circle of poets and conscious do-gooders are not enough to effect the change necessary to shift our planet in peril. We must enlist people from all walks of life, people not accustomed to questioning the norm, people who may simply want to dance uninterrupted without message or slogan. I see no glory in ‘preaching to the converted’.

I think there’s an interesting point here: To create change, you need to reach out to those who don’t already agree with you. If you’re just having agreeable conversations with likeminded people, you’re probably not actually accomplishing much in the way of fostering change.

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that's Blue Steel.
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There are other photos from the last 8 months as well...
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I have renamed my neighborhood Baja Noe.
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Jun. 26th, 2008 11:04 am
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Someone sent me an attachment from their Mac Mail to my G-mail. Somewhere along the way, it's not being parsed properly. Anyone know a solution to this?

I've already asked him to resend it to another account of mine, so hopefully that works. I'm just trying to find another way since it's important.
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Me and Jenny
Originally uploaded by ratzmaru
Happy Birthday to one of my nearest and dearest friends...
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Anyone send me a postcard recently?

The postmaster sent me half a postcard with an apology from the postal service. There is no postmark. There is a cherry blossom ink painting on the front and my address on the other side. I can make out the following words...

... humid
... flies are
... aries are
... idwest
... be nice
... current
... ago.
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Do you believe that one person can move mountains? Do you believe that you can do that? I do.

Imagine if we all believed that, together.
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Name some literature that is good to read out loud or listen to.. no plays, no poems...
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Best place/resource for used motorcycles in SF? (for a beginner)
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Great site for people learning a musical instrument:
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Yakking Can Improve Your Memory
Sounds farfetched, but a University of Michigan study suggests that the more time you spend talking to other people - on the phone or face to face - the sharper your memory and your mind. Researchers first looked at data on a nationwide sampling of 3,610 people between the ages of 24 and 96. After controlling for age, education, gender, marital status and income as well as other factors including physical health and depression, the Michigan team found that regardless of age, the more frequent their social contacts, the sharper the participants’ minds. In another study, the researchers looked at 76 college students ages 18 to 21, each of whom was assigned to one of three groups: one group discussed a social issue for 10 minutes, another group completed three intellectual activities and a third group watched a ”Seinfeld” clip. Then all the students took a test to see how their activities affected memory and mental performance. Those in the discussion group did as well as those in the intellectual activities group. What does this mean? Possibly that you can sharpen your mind doing puzzles, or you can pick up the phone for a 10-minute chat with a friend. The payoff might be the same. The study will be published in the February 2008 issue of the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

from Dr. Weil's Website via [profile] romijordanna

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I just lost the game. I should put a dollar in savings every time I lose.
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