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Posts written with the hopes that a future me will take a look through them.
I’ve decided to spend the summer here in Switzerland with a bit of an organized regimen, and this time it’s going to be tackling mountains around Switzerland.
“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.