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Meet Mike Prasad, Kogi BBQ's Twitter Master and CEO of Girl Gamer

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Here at the Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco, lots of Los Angeles based web entrepreneurs are here for the annual and popular--although less attended this year--event. Here is Mike Prasad, who just launched He's also the brand/social media guy for the all popular Kogi BBQ and is head of tech for the exclusive Black Card Circle.

Earlier, we interviewed Sean Percival.

By Mark Dienger, Special to LAist

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