Andrew Mager

Andrew Mager is a hacker advocate at Spotify in New York City.

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Office Tour: Twitter

Twitter recently relocated their headquarters from South Park to larger space on Bryant Street in San Francisco.(Photo by monstro)One of my former co-workers who now works at Twitter gave me a tour of their new spot.

August 15, 2008 by Andrew Mager


MySpace Data Availability at Lunch 2.0

This afternoon, Fox Interactive Media invited the tech community to its new San Francisco headquarters for free food, and an opportunity to network.Max Engel, product manager for the Data Availability project, spoke with me briefly about the new service.

August 14, 2008 by Andrew Mager

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You pick the panels at SxSW

Two years ago, I first heard about South by Southwest. 2006's event was dominated by Twitter, which, at the time was a new social messaging system that connected people and ideas.

August 13, 2008 by Andrew Mager


Rejaw launches, but seems a little Twittery

If Twitter is a busted old '66 El Camino, then Rejaw is a Toyota Prius. The new kid on the block claims to be better, but it's more fun to ride around with your friends in a classic car with the windows down and the breaks squeaking.

August 7, 2008 by Andrew Mager


Zittrain explains the future of the Internet

Oxford professor and Harvard pioneer Johnathan Zittrain came to the CBS Interactive offices in San Francisco on Tuesday to speak and sign copies of his new book "The Future of the Internet... and How to Stop It".

August 6, 2008 by Andrew Mager


Search the web visually with Viewzi

If you use the web a lot, you probably use Google a lot. It's a habit for you to plug in keywords and you can easily browse the search results page to find what you are looking for.

August 4, 2008 by Andrew Mager


Teens in Tech launches into private alpha

Daniel Brusilovsky is the youngest social media evangelist that I've ever met.It's only fitting that he works for Qik, a company dedicated to enabling mobile video for the world, but now he's digging into his own startup.

August 4, 2008 by Andrew Mager