Aaron Sankin

Dailydot.com

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Staff writer for the websites dailydot.com and kernelmag.dailydot.com.

His work has also appeared in The Washington Post, Salon, The Onion, San Francisco Magazine, The Motley Fool, Mashable, Business Insider, The Kernel, The Week, Medium, Crawdaddy, SF Appeal, The Austin Chronicle, xoJane, the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and Theatre Bay Area. He was a founding editor of the Huffington Post's San Francisco bureau.

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