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Modern, data-driven, smart solutions for our schools
  1. Ian offers modern, fiscally sensible new ideas. Did you know parents still apply to school in this city by physically going into an office with a paper form? Just one lame example of many, many. The opportunity to use technology for cost savings, education, productivity, and accountability is huge.
  2. With an engineering, data-focused background, he will implement policies with an approach not yet seen on the SF School Board. He’s already done this for 200+ governments, leading to job creation and taxpayer savings.
  3. The dearth of high quality public school offerings is driving families out of SF. Smart kids=smart city. If you are an employer, job candidates who don’t find SF public schools satisfactory, will need to factor in the salary you offer & the avg. cost of SF private school $30-35k/yr per child, after taxes.
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  1. Boosted Boards: The ultimate electric skateboard. I often see people commuting around SF using these. Boostedboards.com.
  2. Farmhill Foods: Healthy food delivery. Seeing a lot of their trucks out and about in SF. Good, wholesome ingredients! farmhill.com
  3. UnifyID: Eliminates the need for passwords by using unique behavioral and environmental factors. Took to the big stage at this month’s TechCrunch Disrupt and was crowned runner-up! unify.id
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Been taking it since June, these area some changes
  1. It is 1 am and I'm wide awake. Happening much more often. Go to bed at 2 am. Wake up at 7:30 am. Not tired. More energy
  2. Dehydroepiandrosterone/dehydroepiandrostenedione, also known as androstenolone as well as 3β-hydroxyandrost-5-en-17-one or 5-androsten-3β-ol-17-one, is an endogenous steroid hormone. In its pharmaceutical drug form it is called prasterone. Wikipedia
  3. A little bit more acne on chin
  4. Also recently cut out gluten-based foods.