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David Hornik hosts a Pivot discussion about what our cars can tell us about ourselves

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Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco holds a Pivot discussion hosted by David Hornik, Partner of August Capital. David Hornik informs the Web 2.0 audience about what our behaviors can tell us about who we are as an individual.

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macktaylor303,
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5/31/2014 | 8:02:03 AM
Re: A good informative post and we can get various useful information related to it.
Good discussion through the video and everybody should getting some knowledge from this type of video. Everybody should think, car use is a vey easy thing but how to maintain and take car of the car is a serious thing. So as per the use of a car, proper maintenance and car also needed, at the tim eof servicing of a car, the servicing cost also depend upon the cost of the car and always check properly for a better drive.

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5/10/2014 | 7:13:37 AM
A good informative post and we can get various useful information related to it.
This is a nice discussion I must say. I have watched the video and it is really good. I like David's presention style the most and yes, we can obviously get useful information from it. I like this post as we people are now-a-days very much addicted with cars and this is really nice to know what our car has to say about us. As per my thinking as we invest a large amount of money on our vehicle it is good for us to stay in touch with it and repair it as needed fronm a good repair center of vehicles. Like for my Audi I prefer to go for the best repair center of Audi in Chicago so that my Audi will get better servicing and repair.
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