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Doug Gross

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Atlanta, Newtown
Editor — Patch
Covers:  consumer finance, shopping, banking, credit cards, web culture, tech, web, geek, consumer technology
Doesn't Cover: stocks, stock market, earnings, Wall Street
Editor at Patch. Formerly Web/tech reporter for CNN. Rain dog. Space cowboy. Pop culture vulture. RTs = canon.

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News nerd at Nerdwallet.com. Formerly CNN.com tech/web/social media reporter. Geek. Rocker. Wearer of guyaberas.

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@doug_gross — 4,630 followers, 9,813 tweets

RT @Super70sSports: George Brett hit a robust .390 in 1980 then immediately went down to Georgia and defeated the devil in a hotly cont… https://t.co/V3bM1vdzcL
My coach layeth the smack down better than your coach.
@TheFalcoholic I predict the Falcons, to their credit, will be punctual.
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What was your first job as a journalist?

General assignment reporter at The Coastal Courier, a three-times-a-week paper in Hinesville, Ga.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Jimmy Olsen.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

Being a journalist means remembering you work for your reader, not your sources.