Andrew Mager

<p>Andrew Mager is a hacker advocate at <a href="http://spotify.com">Spotify</a> in New York City. Before moving to NY, Andrew worked at SimpleGeo & Ning in San Francisco. Previously, he was an associate technical producer at CBS Interactive. Andrew studied print & electronic journalism at Virginia Tech, where he created a student-run online news publication called <a href="http://planetblacksburg.com">Planet Blacksburg</a>.</p> <p>In 2006, Andrew interned at ESPN in Bristol, CT, working for the Sports Production team doing Javascript and SQL experiments. Prior to that, he worked at the WSLS-TV NBC 10 in Roanoke, VA, as a web intern. In his freshman year of college, Andrew worked at the local ESPN Radio station answering phone calls and writing scripts for the local afternoon talk show.</p> <p>Follow <a href="http://twitter.com/mager">@mager</a> on Twitter.</p>

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Who owns social media?

Who owns social media?

Who really owns your social data?That is the question that will be debated tonight at the headquarters of CBS Interactive in San Francisco, along with many others.

published October 21, 2008 by

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Uncov is back, and you can write for it

Uncov is back, and you can write for it

The rantalicious tech blog Uncov took a brief hiatus from the Internet, but now it's back.Former Googler software engineer and current CTO of Pressflip Ted Dzubia will be doing most of the posting, but he's opened it up for anyone to contribute.

published October 9, 2008 by

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Turn Facebook into English Pirate mode

Turn Facebook into English Pirate mode

Today is International Talk Like A Pirate Day, and Facebook is playing along. Scroll to the bottom of your page, and change the language to "English (Pirate)":It's silly, but also kinda fun:Yer mateys on ye olde Facebook are yer shipmates and family ye wish to be in contact with during yer voyage on the high seas.

published September 19, 2008 by

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TechCrunch50: Day 3

TechCrunch50: Day 3

Photo by Steve MallerI've been covering TC50 for the past few days, and believe it or not, I'm still hungry for more startup pitches.6:30 a.

published September 9, 2008 by

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TechCrunch50: Day 1

TechCrunch50: Day 1

When Michael Arrington and Jason Calacanis team up on a project, the webs are bound to be shaken up.Last year, their conference TechCrunch40 was an enormous showcase for startups to present their idea to venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and the press.

published September 7, 2008 by

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