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Chris Gayomali is an author on GQ. Read Chris Gayomali‘s bio and get latest news stories and articles. Connect with users and join the conversation at GQ.

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Chris Gayomali. Chris is a staff writer at Fast Company, where he covers business and tech. He has also written for The Week, TIME, Men’s Journal, The Atlantic, and more.

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On paper, at least, Cookies sounds like a relatively normal basketball podcast. The show is hosted by two friends, Ben Detrick, a writer and journalist, and Andrew Kuo, a contemporary artist, who share both a love of the NBA and a distinctly downtown New York sense of cool.

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By Chris Gayomali Sept. 20, 2011. A new Pew Internet study takes a look at the texting habits of cell phone owners. The findings show that of the 83% of American adults who own cell phones, roughly 73% of them send text messages and about 31% of them prefer texting to actually talking on the phone. Surprising?

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UC Irvine Alum Chris Gayomali On His Path To Becoming An Editor At GQ Magazine. What’s your role at GQ? I’ve had a few roles here over the years. My new role as of last month is Articles Editor, which means I focus on features and stories for the print magazine. It’s interesting being at a men’s publication in 2020; dudes need more help

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2,868 Followers, 1,675 Following, 1,328 Posts – See Instagram photos and videos from chris (@chrisgayomali)

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That is now changing. Beginning today, Facebook is making the default post setting “friends” instead of everyone and anyone. “While some people want to post to everyone, others have told us

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Chris Gayomali is a GQ articles editor. A version of this story originally appeared in the December/January 2022 issue with the title “Well I …

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Chris Gayomali is an author on GQ. Read Chris Gayomali’s bio and get latest news stories and articles. Connect with users and join the conversation at GQ. GQ’s 13 Albums That Shaped the 2010s · Caity Weaver, Colin Joyce, Brennan Carley, Chris Gayomali, Clay Skipper, Jay Willis, Camila Perez, Jordan Coley, About. Chris Gayomali is an editor

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Fast Company staff writer Chris Gayomali reports live from Midtown, Manhattan for an exclusive taste test of Taco Bell’s new Waffle Taco. Join Gayomali for his firsthand account of the new breakfast phenomenon on Wednesday, March 19 at 8:30AM. No detail will be spared.

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By Chris Gayomali Aug. 24, 2011 I got into a bit of a debate with my brother the other day about how reliant we are on technology to go about our day-to-day business. He’s hardly a luddite, but from his point of view, there’s just way too much stuff to keep track of: Email, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus… and the list goes on.

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By Chris Gayomali Sept. 09, 2011. Say you’re a major cell phone carrier, sitting in third place behind AT&T and Verizon. Suddenly a major phone manufacturer like Apple gives you the go-ahead to sell their bestselling products at your stores, eliminating the unfair competitive advantage that’s kept you from taking on your rivals.

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By Chris Gayomali 2 minute Read. Although he was a master at public speaking, Steve Jobs rarely gave speeches. “If you look closely at …

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