My niggas carry big guns, y'all niggas carry books Diesel Fluid by Method Man (Ft. Cappadonna & Trife)

I don’t think Levar Burton would approve of this message.

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Chris Clark Rap Genius is Hiring: Help Us Annotate the World by Rap Genius Engineering Team

Christopher “Chrissy” Clark is a designer, front-end developer, and displaced abstract painter. He received his MFA in Graphic Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art.

His work has been featured on the cover of the New York Times Magazine. It has also been exhibited in fancy museums such as the Walker and Cooper Hewitt.

He created Web Typography for the Lonely, which is the most popular website of front-end experiments in the world (for sad and lonely people).

He wrote several chapters in a book about graphic design, but can’t find “apple-f” on the book, so who knows where.

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I'm not your star?
Isn't that what you said
What you thought this song meant
You thought this song meant
Konstantine by Something Corporate

A reference to the classic song for me this is heaven by seminal emo-pop band Jimmy Eat World.

The song appears on Clarity, an album that had a big impact on the emo bands of the early 2000’s. It was so influential that ten years after it’s release, Jimmy Eat World did a Clarity tour where they played it front-to-back.

The original Jimmy Eat World line is:

The first star you see may not be a star.

Konstantine is his first, and therefore believes she cannot be the one.

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Rap Genius has gone from tiny side-project We're looking for a bomb front-end dev with an eye for design!! by Rap Genius Engineering Team

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Making a short technical presentation to the team and taking their questions. We're looking for a bomb front-end dev with an eye for design!! by Rap Genius Engineering Team

I’d say it’s less presentation and more show-and-tell.

To the effect of: “Show us something cool you did, put some code up on the screen and explain how it works.”

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I.e., your Twitter, Github, Blog, Stackoverflow account, personal website, etc. We're looking for a bomb front-end dev with an eye for design!! by Rap Genius Engineering Team

A personal website is always best, but a killer github or blog will definitely make up the difference!

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Our office is in Williamsburg. We're looking for a bomb front-end dev with an eye for design!! by Rap Genius Engineering Team

It’s can actually be quite peaceful around here, if you find the right spots.

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But a fundamental understanding of the language is definitely useful We're looking for a bomb front-end dev with an eye for design!! by Rap Genius Engineering Team

Bonus stars if you’ve read this one:

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CSS Boss. We're looking for a bomb front-end dev with an eye for design!! by Rap Genius Engineering Team

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You went to design school We're looking for a bomb front-end dev with an eye for design!! by Rap Genius Engineering Team

Shout outs to my Alma Mater!

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