Jake Levine @jrlevine

http://jakelevine.me/

Founder @ElectricObjects, former GM @ Digg. Fascinated by humans and the Internet.

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Suburbs in the fall
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Suburbs in the fall

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👋🏻

Hiking LA with @kbudelis
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Hiking LA with @kbudelis

📷 @kbudelis
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📷 @kbudelis

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@kitsplit LA launch party !
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@kitsplit LA launch party !

Ugh Los Angeles
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Ugh Los Angeles

Awesome to see (and taste!) what @idancohen is building @hellogrow
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Awesome to see (and taste!) what @idancohen is building @hellogrow

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Last night in Tokyo :(
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Last night in Tokyo :(

Magical Sushi (thanks to @ndangerfield and Reiko for the recommendation!) on a quiet street near Shimokitazawa. This photo was taken moments before three middle aged Japanese women demanded that we join them at a New Jersey themed Bruce Springsteen bar called Asbury Park
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Magical Sushi (thanks to @ndangerfield and Reiko for the recommendation!) on a quiet street near Shimokitazawa. This photo was taken moments before three middle aged Japanese women demanded that we join them at a New Jersey themed Bruce Springsteen bar called Asbury Park

Thanks to @craigmod for the magical walk, best hot dog ever, and introduction to Kamakura 🙏🏼
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Thanks to @craigmod for the magical walk, best hot dog ever, and introduction to Kamakura 🙏🏼

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We met a stranger at a cafe in Kamiyamacho and complimented his Leica. He then insisted on taking our photo and sent us his favorite recommendations for Tokyo. Thank you @0516shingo !
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We met a stranger at a cafe in Kamiyamacho and complimented his Leica. He then insisted on taking our photo and sent us his favorite recommendations for Tokyo. Thank you @0516shingo !

Florence was beautiful and delicious but filled to the brim with tourists waiting in lines. No line for this little alleyway, which has probably seen days like this for hundreds of years, and under which someone probably stood without an iPhone in the year 1517, trying to remember it so they can describe it later to their social network.
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Florence was beautiful and delicious but filled to the brim with tourists waiting in lines. No line for this little alleyway, which has probably seen days like this for hundreds of years, and under which someone probably stood without an iPhone in the year 1517, trying to remember it so they can describe it later to their social network.

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