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My self-summary
Just your typical jazz pianist turned internet entrepreneur
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a recent LA transplant (from NYC) and I run a web development company. When I'm not working you may find me in a yoga class, meditating, playing piano, watching a TED talk, plunging into an ice cold pool at a russian bathhouse after sweating my ass off in the sauna, or on a flight (I still have a love affair with Manhattan).
I’m really good at
90s karaoke
Australian accents
steeping green tea
The first things people usually notice about me
the peacock tattoo under my left toenail and my wit
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
books: stuff that stimulates my mind including fooled by randomness, blink, a brief history of everything (or anything written by ken wilber), the attention revolution, spiral dynamics, freakanomics, & zen mind beginner's mind.

music: I think I have over 100 stations on pandora radio. A friend introduced me to miike snow's "animal" a few days ago and it's been stuck in my head ever since...I usually don't go for indie/electropop but that album is phenomenal. I'm also a fan of old school hip hop...anything that's raw like a tribe called quest or pete rock. Some other artists that may show up on my playlist are weezer, jack johnson, animals as leaders, pat metheny, brad mehldau, john coltrane, ben folds five, bjork, the flaming lips, and stevie wonder.

food: give me something spicy like lamb vindaloo or kimchi jigae. yelp is my most used app.
Six things I could never do without
google maps (sorry apple, you dropped the ball with OS6)
double espresso shots
my passport
facial hair
sennheiser headphones (yes, i'm an audiophile)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
not thinking
On a typical Friday night I am
at a pub with friends, a jam session, or recharging my batteries
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I still have the original ace of base CD that I bought in 5th grade. The Sign may be the greatest song ever made.
You should message me if
you are independent, health-conscious, and have PhD in cognitive psychology (kidding...sort of)

*Bonus points if you are artistic, know what movie my user name alludes to, or you can do a full wheel pose.
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