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I am Alex Priest. I am a DC technologist, marketer, social media user, designer, student, professional, entrepreneur, and more. I love to learn, create and explore. I want to have good stories to tell when I'm old.
This is my unofficial free space. I'll post things I like, things I design, and a little of what I learning along the way. Enjoy.
When I helped launch Uber early 2010 I didn’t really see myself as an operations guy. I am just a...
Visualization of Twitter Town Hall topics
The disparity in questions about congress reinforces the notion that, despite being of enormous national import, congressional (dis)functionality isn’t on too many minds outside of the Beltway. The disparity in questions about jobs reinforces the notion that reporters aren’t always tapped into the issues most pressing for the general populace. The almost complete lack of questions about education is just depressing.
My first #obama2012 swag came in the mail today! :) (Taken with instagram)
Posted on Tuesday, July 5th 2011
I have the awesomest kitty ever. He snuggles. (Taken with Instagram at The Alto)
Posted on Sunday, July 3rd 2011
Beautiful. (Taken with Instagram at Great Falls National Park - MD side)
Posted on Saturday, July 2nd 2011
Late for @brazencareerist’s big show, but quite the setup here… (Taken with Instagram at Tryst)
Posted on Wednesday, June 29th 2011
This morning on my way to work I had to buy a new NYC subway card, and on the back I found “optimism.” In what appears to be bold, 30pt Ariel font
The subway can be a very stressful place to attend, and the MTA knows that. So why not gently remind their customers to be positive? Positivity and happiness tend to be related after-all.
Next time you feel that your customers may be a little stressed during their experience with your company. Try reminding them to be happier.
Name: Matthew Hranek
Location: Brooklyn, New York
List: (Besides the given that I would grab ALL mammals in the house this would be my haul)
- Jean Arp litho (above my bed)
- Metal box of vintage watches (Dad’s…