Mark Jenkins
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Mark Jenkins replied to David's discussion Old Time Albuquerque Car Dealers in the group Born in 'Burque
"My records show Art Janpol VW as being up at 700 Wyoming Blvd, NE, about where DriveTime is now."
Jul 2, 2012
Mark Jenkins replied to chantal's discussion KiMo's retro signage
"Couldn't resist trying to do an HDR version of the sign; always hard during the magic hour, since you're getting at least some of the same general appearance anyway."
Jun 4, 2011
Mark Jenkins replied to chantal's discussion KiMo's retro signage
"Some old car clubs had brought some Ford Model T's, Model A's, Dodges, Buicks and at least on Packard to the even to help give the sign unveiling some period ambiance. The KiMo originally opened in 1927.  "
Jun 4, 2011
Mark Jenkins replied to chantal's discussion KiMo's retro signage
"Here's the sign just after the mayor lit it last night:  "
Jun 4, 2011
Mark Jenkins is attending Eric Renz-Whitmore's event

ABQ Web Geeks 420 Edition at Seasons Rotisserie & Grill

April 20, 2011 from 6pm to 8pm
ABQ Web Geeks Happy Hour Returns!!!(not that we went anywhere)But return we will, to the upstairs patio at Seasons Grill in Old Town. No agenda. Few business cards. Mostly talk and good times with other web/mobile/software designers and developers, IT & systems folk -- and others in the extended tech-geek world. And while it's 4/20... we'll be at Seasons in the patio area upstairs.See More
Apr 20, 2011
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Mar 4, 2010
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Feb 2, 2010
Mark Jenkins is now a member of Duke City Fix
Feb 2, 2010
Mark Jenkins is attending Emily Lewis's event

Fiber/Glass: The Difference Between Print & Web Design at One Up Elevated Lounge

February 3, 2010 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Webuquerque in February '10While the basic principles of design — form, color, hierarchy, contrast, texture, etc. — apply equally on-screen as they do in print, it is a huge mistake to think that designing for the Web requires the same skillset as doing so for paper. Each medium comes with its own unique set of properties, challenges and constraints, and it's important to understand the differences between the two.Experienced in both,…See More
Feb 2, 2010

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Where I Live:
Albuquerque, NM
About Me:
Technologist and businessperson. 15 years of Internet Marketing and Advertising. Reformed newspaperman. Serial startup veteran.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
The people, the mountains, green chile cheeseburgers, heck green chile anything.
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What I'm Reading:
Scored Emily Lewis' latest book at Webuquerque last nigh: "Microformats made Simple". Can't wait to dive into it, especially the semantic Web stuff.

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