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Hello San Francisco!

I have enjoyed being in Seattle but have decided to take a job with @ and move to San Francisco. Answerly is a @ startup building some awesome stuff and I am very excited to be joining the team. While I can't go into details yet, be sure to follow me (@) on @ to see my latest startup experience unfold. I love working with lots of social data so I'm sure there will be some of that mixed in. :-P

Seattle - Kerry Park Skyline View

When am I moving? Well pretty much immediately. I will be in Portland for Thanksgiving before driving down I-5 early December. If you happen to be long the route drop me a note and maybe I will drop in for a bit.


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I am looking for an apartment in downtown SF so if you know of something or are looking for a roommate let me (and doxy) know.

Fog at the Golden Gate #1 - San Francisco

And with that be sure to look for me at SF tech events and have a wonderful Thanks Giving.

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  1. Congrats Abraham -- look forward to hanging out with you when you get here!

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  2. @marcusnelson: Definitely! It has been too long.

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  3. Congrats, can't wait to follow along!

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  4. Exciting news! Looking forward to hearing more.

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  5. Very excited to have you join the team, Abraham!

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  6. hi son, congratulations. i am happy for you. that is a big deal. great to talk with you and isaiah and caro on thanksgiving. love, dad
    i don't know what choose profile means.

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  7. Congrats Abraham -- look forward to hanging out with you when you get here!

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  8. hi son, congratulations. i am happy for you. that is a big deal. great to talk with you and isaiah and caro on thanksgiving. love, dad
    i don't know what choose profile means.

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  9. Congrats, can't wait to follow along!

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  10. @marcusnelson: Definitely! It has been too long.

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