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Alexia Tsotsis - Co-Editor - TechCrunch Staff

social.techcrunch.com — Alexia Tsotsis is the co-editor of TechCrunch. She attended the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA, majoring in Writing and Painting, and moved to New York City shortly after graduation to work in the media industry.

1/ Some Personal News

techcrunch.com — 1/ Some personal news ... 2/ I will be leaving TechCrunch because I've been cast to play a supporting role in "Tweetstorm The Movie 3/ ." Just kidding. Okay, I am stepping down as co-editor of TechCrunch, but not due to the allure of Hollywood or whatever is going on with Verizon.

10 Years at TechCrunch

techcrunch.com — Help us toast 10 Years at TechCrunch. We're hosting an old-fashioned meetup at the Civil War Parade Ground, adjacent to the Main Post in the Presidio. We'll bring the food trucks and beer, you bring a blanket and your friends. The west coast TechCrunch editorial team and a cast of other characters will be on hand.

TechCrunch Turns 10! Come Celebrate With Us

McCann To Acquire Sterling Cooper And Partners

techcrunch.com — McCann Erickson's vision is to provide customers with a premium digital experience based on a global multiscreen network platform. This acquisition supports its strategy to provide a cross-screen connection for consumers, creators and advertisers to deliver that premium customer experience.

Announcing The TechCrunch 2015 Disrupt Battlefield Finalists

techcrunch.com — We're now on the flipside of our 17th TechCrunch Disrupt conference. In the past two days, over 2100 people have passed through the Manhattan Center for TechCrunch Disrupt NY, with dreams of becoming the next president of the United States or the next Snapchat or the next Estée Lauder.

Announcing The Finals Judges For Disrupt NY Startup Battlefield

techcrunch.com — Disrupt NY kicks off next week and we are happy to announce the judges for the final round of Startup Battlefield, which takes place on May 6. There are 23 companies in Startup Battlefield and two will be selected from Startup Alley. The finals judges include the best from both the Valley and New York City.

Put A Gold Band On It

techcrunch.com — Nothing separates the "haves" and the 1% like a prohibitively expensive consumer product. Whether it's a Hermes Birkin Bag or a McClaren PT1 GTR, there are some consumer goods that are almost impossible to purchase and almost impossible to knock off. It's that exclusivity and false scarcity that you are paying for, in a sense.

Wondering What to Get Your Beloved for Valentine's?

sfweekly.com — Like most things found on the internets, we don't know if this is real, but gosh darnit, we wish it was.Via Crunchgear's John Biggs and...

Bill Maris To Talk Immortality At Disrupt NY

techcrunch.com — At just 40 years old, Bill Maris is on a mission to save the world. With his investments. Bloomberg recently highlighted Maris's quest to improve the quality and longevity of human life. This quest is evident in Google Ventures' growing biotech portfolio, which now includes 36 percent health and life science investments.
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May 26, 2015

@gaberivera I know a person who does this that is neither an investor or employee. Also, why do you hate Soylent? Is it the name?

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