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Jennifer 8. L.



New York, NY
Hometown: New York

Member since:

September 25, 2010


Are you a hack (journalist, editor, writer) or a hacker (engineer, developer, coder), or both?

Hack. Only wannabe/lasped hacker. Python is way nicer than C. Wish I knew Ruby. PHP gets a bad rap among code snops. Once I programmed in LISP. But I'm most useful in UX/UI stuff.

Are you looking for partners to collaborate on a project?

I have many ideas and am always thinking about the next big thing.


Hacks/Hackers board member. CEO of Plympton, a literary studio. Dumpling-maker. Also: producer of "The Search for General Tso," co creator of, Past: NYT, Upworthy, fortune cookies.

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