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Posts written with the hopes that a future me will take a look through them.
“I hope you enjoy India”, a man told me as he left the train one stop before Mumbai CST.
Goodbye, Silicon Valley.
In about a weeks time I will be taking a one-way flight from San Francisco to Tokyo.
So… what was your summer like at Google?
If you’d rather see the Hangout on Air that I was in to see the perspective of being an intern from other people’s perspectives, go here
It’s really hard to summarize a summer in a couple of sentences, much less a couple of complete and well-thought out paragraphs (for reference, it wasn’t until mid-October that I wrote my reflections on my previous internship).
Sometimes the most amazing experiences are the most coincidental, and the most unplanned.
Today was a rather unprecedented example of the two extreme realities of life and death.
I’ve had Facebook since 2005, when I had just been accepted to Swarthmore and was anxiously waiting for my .edu email address to sign up into this exclusive online directory.
I think I know now why the dreamers take to the skies.
Photo by victorvonsalva
My ride home from Stanford takes about 5 miles of bike routes, from Palo Alto through to Mountain View.
It’s taken me a week to get my thoughts together about what 2012 may bring us, but here’s to a ritual that I’ve kept up for the better part of a decade.
It’s halfway into the first quarter of my last year at Stanford, and I feel as though I have kept these pages woefully uninformed of the personal things that accompany me every day.
As it so happens it takes about a month for me to have the time to shift gears between one thing and the next, and as such it’s high time for me to put down to pixel the kinds of amazing adventures I’ve been able to have this past summer.