Kwame graduated from Stony Brook University with BA in Anthropology and has a Masters in Media Studies. He's done stints at Gizmodo, Geekosystem, and The Daily, where he did reviews and commented on only the finest memes. Most often you can find him playing with at least two smartphones, reading comics, and griping about the ending of Lost. Follow him on Twitter at @kwameopam and Instagram at @kwames.
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Selling online is tough, but 2012 was full of new apps and startups that wanted to make that easier. SellSimple is the newest player in the game, promising to make selling anything on any of the big e-commerce sites simpler than ever