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An early technology adopter/evangelist and veteran of the electronic music underground, I am working to help build and mesh a culturally diverse community of technologist/humanist.
 
An early technology adopter/evangelist and veteran of the electronic music underground, I am working to help build and mesh a culturally diverse community of technologist/humanist.
  
I believe in the Sudo Room mission and have a seat on the board of directors.
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I believe in the Sudo Room mission and have a seat on the board of directors.  
  
 
In 2002, I started the discussion on the importance of "diversity" in San Francisco's dance music scene as part of a larger discussion about our tech community, entitled: THE BEAT GOES ON / S.F.'s dance scene survived the blows.   
 
In 2002, I started the discussion on the importance of "diversity" in San Francisco's dance music scene as part of a larger discussion about our tech community, entitled: THE BEAT GOES ON / S.F.'s dance scene survived the blows.   

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An early technology adopter/evangelist and veteran of the electronic music underground, I am working to help build and mesh a culturally diverse community of technologist/humanist.

I believe in the Sudo Room mission and have a seat on the board of directors.

In 2002, I started the discussion on the importance of "diversity" in San Francisco's dance music scene as part of a larger discussion about our tech community, entitled: THE BEAT GOES ON / S.F.'s dance scene survived the blows.

The points of discussion speaks to our current cultural, technological, and economic chasm in any city that serves to be a creative/technology hub.

Link to: http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/THE-BEAT-GOES-ON-S-F-s-dance-scene-survived-2866941.php