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Erin Scott

Erin is a key figure for outsideleft - keeping or computers running, our voice-over-IP ringing and our iPods singing. Is there nothing he can't do for our computers? He has most of the EastLA/Burbank/Pasadena/Sierra Madre conurbation (from mountains to shining sea) covered too with his burgeoning IT consultancy - he's busy, busy, but he can squeeze you into his diary... LA Computer Guru on Fire " or whatever it was Morrissey once sang.

Check out Erin's website: The Los Angeles Computer Guru

contributions

Burning Man 2007: Photo Story 09.12.2007
Technology: AYIR 01.04.2006
Hack Attack 12.28.2005

Behind the Counterculture #36: Paul Weller
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Outsideleft's Bottom. The 25 Least Popular Stories of the Year. So far...
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Sin City: Not to be Confused with "SimCity"
Fruitless.
The fruitless search for a 3G iPhone
Morrissey in Pasadena: Night 1 of 3
"Don't cry for me, Pasadena," crooned the evening's headliner, arm elegantly raised up, as he made his way center stage, almost as if he was channeling the dead old bones of Evita Peron herself.
This Hat is Actually Made From Magic
Lamont goes in search of the perfect hat and finds it, in Long Beach
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