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A continuing series on mountain climbing adventures - the goal: one peak a weekend.
Every year since 2004 I’ve written a relatively uninformed set of predictions for the year ahead, and it’s been an interesting ritual.
Read the transcribed version of my journal entries while I was at the base.
As I sit at home, weary after a long overnight bus ride, I’m given a bit of a chance to reflect on what has been a transformative experience among those I hope to be able to call family up at Caritas Otsuchi.
It’s about 11:30 and I’m getting ready to settle in for the night.
One of the things that is pretty interesting in coming to Japan was the difference in cellphone contract and plans.
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.
I flew my MultiWii quadcopter on campus today:
There were a few crashes along the way, but the nice thing about post-processing is that I can edit it out :).
There are some things that become so common to do that it’s easy to forget why there’s a problem to begin with.
I found out about TechCrunch Disrupt on Tuesday and motivated by a way to get in without forking over the $3000 entry fee (or even $200 for students), I found out about the accompanying Hackathon.
The trip across the United States from Massachusetts to San Jose will likely be long and unforgiving, but there are many aspects I’m looking forward to.