This feels very good.
I was studying probability with Hannah, a classmate of mine, earlier tonight and our conversation found its way to the kinds of work we might want to seek out after […]
A few years ago, I saw a quote basically like this one, which I thought was funny: Every brave act any man has ever performed was because he thought there […]
Who do we allow to depend on us? I’ve been struggling with this question a lot lately. It’s been brought on by two recent unexpected deaths, as well as the more mundane […]
Everyone on the trains always look so sad… – Dianne W. Dianne is a particularly special friend of mine, from long ago and far away. She recently wrapped up her undergrad […]
Sorry this blog has been so silent. From February through April, I was participating in the intensive programming course at the Flatiron School. It was fairly all-consuming, demanding about twelve […]
Nearly five months in New York, and I feel like I’ve started to get acquainted with some of the social worlds humming and shifting in this city. The civic technologists, […]
I finally finished David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest last weekend. An excellent book, although that’s no secret. DFW did an excellent job threading exposition into narrative, giving endless hints but […]