Morning News, 1/23: Tinder, Enplug, KROQ, Nationbuilder, Dog Vacay, Twitter, YouTube

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Another 24 hours, another ton of amazing things happening in LA:


MEET THE FOUNDERS:
Chance Barnett of Crowdfunder (link)

JASON OKUNA is featured in Entreprenuer magazine (link)

JOBS: KROQ is hiring a new Social Media Manager (link)

Gigasavvy, NationBuilder, and DogVacay are also hiring (link)

EVENTS: The Tomorrow Show, Hacktech, NAMM (link)

TWITTER hosted its very first meetup at their LA office (with Tinder!)




YOUTUBE hosted its monthly meetup at their LA space



USC hosted Peter Thiel



EDUCELERATE discussed Gamification with founders of Atari, EA, Chegg, Dreamworks Animation



NATIONBUILDER hosted a civic innovation event



GENERAL ASSEMBLY hosted an Abode Usergroup Meetup



ENPLUG are moving into new offices



POTUS took a selfie with a bunch of YouTubers



VPOTUS is coming to Culver City Friday



And here it is, your moment of zen:



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