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bio website lucas.tiz.ma
location San Francisco, CA
age 29
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Nov 23 '13 at 4:56

I work at Path doing iOS, and I love it.

I love cohesive design: showing that you care enough to design something amazing from the bottom up is a requirement to really get my attention.

I love little details: I probably sweat the details in everything I do—a true strength and weakness—more than anyone I've ever met.

I don't settle when it comes to The User Experience: users, at the end of the day, are the only ones who matter, so if I'm not unwavering in my determination to create the ultimate User Experience, then I'm not doing my job.

Other than that, I enjoy studying Japanese and whistling like a pro to my favorite songs.


Sep
19
comment What is the correct way to punctuate sentences that end with proper nouns who also contain punctuation?
For whatever reason, those questions didn't turn up in my search. :-\ Sorry about that.
Sep
19
asked What is the correct way to punctuate sentences that end with proper nouns who also contain punctuation?
May
25
accepted Should “vice versa” be treated as an independent clause?
May
25
comment Should “vice versa” be treated as an independent clause?
I try to be consistent about how and when I use punctuation. I would consider your first example to be "wrong," but I'm not a grammarian.
May
24
accepted Is the word “that” overused?
May
24
asked Should “vice versa” be treated as an independent clause?
May
16
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
27
comment Is there a word that describes a person who constantly underestimates situations?
Hm. I don't know if that necessarily indicates underestimation. For example, an optimist might actually overestimate how trustworthy people are. What do you think?
Apr
27
asked Is the word “that” overused?
Apr
27
asked Is there a word that describes a person who constantly underestimates situations?
Apr
27
accepted AM/PM vs a.m./p.m. vs am/pm
Apr
27
comment AM/PM vs a.m./p.m. vs am/pm
I like this as a reasonable explanation. I hadn't thought of the Latin origin, but that does make more sense now. Thanks.
Apr
27
comment AM/PM vs a.m./p.m. vs am/pm
Ah sorry. I did search before posting, but I didn't notice that question.
Apr
26
asked AM/PM vs a.m./p.m. vs am/pm
Apr
4
accepted Why can positive statements end with a negative question and vice versa?
Apr
4
comment Why can positive statements end with a negative question and vice versa?
In the absence of any other answers that really stood out, I'm choosing this as the best answer. Even if it mostly applies to the legal field, it seems to exactly encapsulate what I was asking about.
Mar
31
comment Why can positive statements end with a negative question and vice versa?
Even if "leading question" is formally defined as a legal term, is there a reason why it can't be used more generally?
Mar
31
comment Why can positive statements end with a negative question and vice versa?
Is there a name for this sort of rhetorical device? Or is it too broad to generalize?
Mar
31
awarded  Cleanup
Mar
31
revised Why can positive statements end with a negative question and vice versa?
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