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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Instagram: a mobile photo lab in your pocket

Instagram: a mobile photo lab in your pocket

The iTunes App Store has a new app called Instragram, created by the founder of Burbn.The key feature that makes this app different from many other photo-sharing sites is the ability to apply an artistic filter on your photos (which basically just makes them look cooler).

October 6, 2010 by in Mobility

Interhoods: find coders and designers in your neighborhood

Interhoods: find coders and designers in your neighborhood

If you live in NYC, Chicago, or San Francisco, a new site called Interhoods will show you which neighborhoods have the best developers and designers. And it's pretty easy on the eyes:It's super simple to setup: you login with either your Github or Dribbble account and then choose which neighborhood you live in.

October 5, 2010 by in Start-Ups

Ubercab: a step above the yellow taxi

Ubercab: a step above the yellow taxi

I got light of a new service called Ubercab from my friend Matt Hunter a few weeks ago, and I finally tried it out today.The service is way simpler than flagging down a regular taxicab, and only a small percentage more expensive.

August 6, 2010 by in iPhone

It's about time: Google kills Wave

It's about time: Google kills Wave

After 15 months of hype and disappointment, Google has decided to pull the plug on Wave, its real-time collaboration platform.Wave was an awesome platform, but I just never found it useful in the workplace.

August 4, 2010 by in Google

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