Matt Hartigan writes about sports technology for Co.Labs. He graduated from the University of Southern California in 2006 where he studied English, Psychology, Fine Arts and spectatorship. He lives in Brooklyn with a girl named Boy and a number of unread books. He writes both fiction and in the third person.
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