User:Mark Schierbecker

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Name Mark Schierbecker
Born (1993-08-29) August 29, 1993 (age 22)
St. Louis, Missouri
Country  United States
Current location Columbia, Missouri
Time zone CST
Ethnicity German American
Education and employment
High school Webster Groves High School
University University of Missouri
Contact info
Website markschierbecker.com
Blog medium.com/schierbecker
Email mschierbecker@gmail.com
Facebook mschierbecker
Twitter Schierbecker
Flickr themarcusq
Account statistics
Permissions Filemover, Autopatrolled, Rollback, Reviewer
Userboxes
Noia 64 apps karm.svg This user has been on Wikipedia for 7 years, 1 month and 20 days.
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WikiProject Military History.
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This user is a member of
WikiProject St. Louis
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Graduation hat.svg This user is an undergraduate student majoring in German.
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Hi. I'm Marcus. I am an undergraduate studying German and History at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. I am a photographer, amateur cyclist and civil rights activist. I love disruptive technology, and I help write about startups that are doing cool things. I am an cycling enthusiast, a university student and an amateur photographer.

My interests on Wikipedia consist of ground combat vehicle technologies, aerial warfare, Pentagon acquisitions and U.S. military actions abroad.

I've been to six St. Louis-area meetups and to Wikimania 2012 in Washington, D.C. I was the St. Louis representative for the now semi-defunct Wikimedia United States Coalition. I remain a contact for the St. Louis region and WikiProject Missouri.

I currently shoot with a Canon EOS 7D/whatever I can get my hands on and a couple of primes. I edit with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Photoshop. I attend a lot of speaking and sporting events at my university so I tend to have access to a lot of subjects. And just a really quick note about my software preferences: I edit almost exclusively from Google Chrome on Windows 10 and Chrome OS.

Favorite articles

These are entries I have contributed to extensively, either by starting them or growing them.

  • Mars 2020 (rover) - NASA follow on to Curiosity.
  • Pinterest - fourth-largest social network in the U.S., 27th most popular website in the world, created Aug. 2011.
  • Snapchat - Self-destructing photo-messaging app. Created Oct. 2012.
  • Edmodo - Largest educational social network by my count. Created Feb. 2011.
  • Mobli - The future Instagram of video? Created Aug. 2012.
  • Lockerdome - Formerly sports-themed social network based in St. Louis. Created Oct. 2012
  • Fiverr - Task marketplace where everything is US$5. Created Apr. 2011.
  • Vine - Twitter's foray into social video. Created Jan. 2013.

Me in the news: Top Wikipedia Editor Is A St. Louis High School Student, Rock Hill teen is prolific Wikipedia editor,[dead link] Did a 15-year-old define your multi-million dollar brand before you did? I was also one of five editors interviewed for the Stanford student paper "Wikipedia: nowhere to grow."

In November 2015 I filmed a confrontation between a student social movement and journalists that received over 2.7 million plays and national media coverage. ‘I Need Some Muscle’: Missouri Activists Block Journalists – The New York Times

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