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sPARKLE & bLINK 10 By Evan and Rajshree
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sPARKLE & bLINK is produced in conjunction with the monthly submission-based reading series Quiet Lightning, which takes place in San Francisco and is hosted by Evan Karp + Rajshree Chauhan. This... More > 10th issue is from the one year anniversary show on November 30 2010 at 111 Minna Gallery, the second installment of the biannual Neighborhood Heroes series, which features solicited writers: Alia Volz, Bucky Sinister, Jonathan Siegel, Ian Tuttle, Ali Liebegott, Kim Addonizio, Andrew O. Dugas, Lauren Becker, Gravity Goldberg, Peg Alford Pursell, Charlie Anders, and Charlie Getter.< Less
Seven By Timothy Chou
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The software industry is a little over 25 years old, barely a blip in the history of science and technology. Yet in that short time major companies like SAP, Microsoft, Oracle, Google, eBay, Amazon... More > have evolved. Seven is the story of the seven major business models we’ve seen in the software industry. More importantly, Seven is a story told from the experiences of some of the major players to inform those in the industry of lessons learned. Successes and failures, triumphs and defeats, Seven is focused on helping everyone in the software industry be prepared for the next major shifts in this dynamic and important industry.< Less
Seth Rogen: Life and Career By Mike Dayson
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In addition to his acting ability, Rogen's writing and producing skills were obvious in Superbad, a 2007 film that he developed from a script he had actually co-written with his friend Evan Goldberg... More > at the age of 13. He and Goldberg went on to co-write the action-comedy Pineapple Express, through which Rogen, playing a crime witness, teamed up with fellow Freaks and Geeks alumnus James Franco as his drug dealership (2008). Rogen's continuous presence on movie displays continued with his work in Kevin Smith's Zach and Miri Make a Porno in 2008, the criminal offense spoof Observe and Report in 2009, and the charming funny Take This Waltz in 2011. He starred as the titular superhero of the comic-book-based motion picture The Green Hornet (2011) and was the sidekick to a young cancer cells patient played by Joseph Gordon Levitt in 2011's 50/50. Rogen has actually also provided his deep, scratchy voice to numerous animated features, including Dr.< Less