Technology is a tool. This is my attempt to not hit myself in the face with the proverbial hammer. I believe that technology is supplement, not a substitute. I pledge to be in one world at a time, and in the moment.
It’s one of those nights again. It’s 2 in the morning, and I’m sitting at my computer sweating over job listings. I won’t be graduating for over three years, but I’m going at it like my life depends on it. In fact, I’ve been going at it for hours. Suddenly,[…]
I promise I’ll have more for everybody soon. In the mean time, a recent GradHacker post was most appreciated (and sorely needed) by yours truly. This is what Thanksgiving is all about: …take a step back and think about all the little things you’ve accomplished, all the people who have[…]
I’m back from the wild hinterlands of New Jersey. I had a great time at Metatopia – the highlight was definitely Starship 1 by Geoff Engelstein. (Starship 1 is a tentative title.) Those “in the know” out there will recognize him as being a contributor to The Dice Tower podcast[…]
I’m going to be a little quiet on here for the next few weeks. I need to dedicate some time to finishing up my board game prototype for a convention I am attending in November. It’s called Frostbite, and is a game about mountain climbing with a devious twist. If[…]
I’ve recently been reading Surely You Must Be Joking, Mr. Feynman! It’s a fantastic book, go read it now. It shows one of the greatest modern scientists, totally humanized in a down-to-earth, funny as all hell biography told through a series of anecdotes and stories from the man himself. Going[…]