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Personal posts that are usually lament some aspect of life and those around me.
I’ve been in a sort of “consume media” mode for the past week, so it’s high time I switch gears and start doing something productive.
The past couple of days have been pretty busy on the trip preparation front, and most of it consist of me hemorrhaging money left and right.
One of the standing desks I assembled
As this was going to be my last quarter at Stanford, I made an effort towards the beginning of the quarter to decide upon classes I knew I could only take here, and one of those ended up being a class taught by BJ Fogg called “Behavior Design for Better Health”.
With my summer internship over I now have a bit of time to put towards writing and sharing some of my summer.
File this under First World Problems, if you will: not being able to take a photo of your camera and kit because you don’t have another camera! As any fledgling camera addict would probably know, there comes a point in the whole camera-owning business where buying a couple of lens becomes a fun (and possibly addictive) occurrence.
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.
Sometimes it takes a couple of bubble teas and a week’s worth of rest to be able to muse over a weekend of pure awesomeness.
Wired’s July edition has a piece on feedback loops, the precise kind of thing I had been investigating with Neema for the past year.
Sept 3: Departing mileage 128057.
Sometimes there’s an argument that is so outrageously idiotic and virulent that it’s hard to ignore.