Facebook experiencing feelings of inadequacy,...
Every since Google Plus debuted this summer it seems that Facebook has been experiencing feelings of inadequacy—despite having the largest user base of any website—in order to restore confidence, perhaps Mark Zuckerberg’s more than the actual users, Facebook is now overcompensating by putting in a host of useless features which have clouded the interface and are just generally...
Technology and Personal Fitness
I woke up this morning quite ready to skip the gym and go after work (which usually never happens btw.) However, as I was doing my usual perusing of the tech sites I came across this awesome article (and as soon as I read number two I felt guilty, changed my clothes, put my headphones in, and headed for a run across campus.) I’m happy to say that I think I may already be addicted; I wish I...
Why I refuse to play The Sims Social on Facebook →
I love Facebook games. For someone who spends inordinate amounts of time online for professional purposes and needs an occasional break from living in the matrix, a Facebook game is a break from the usual inundation of Facebook status updates, twitter @mentions, LinkedIn connection requests, and technological things of that nature. Because of this, I was absolutely ecstatic at the announcement...
A look back at Labor Day.
Problematic conversation of the day:
Friend: "Are you still on campus?"
Friend: "wanna come over? I got mexican fixings, ...and some tequila. it's labor day, so i'm celebrating the culture of labor at Stanford by having mexican food and drinks..."
"...Better than love, we made Delicious"
I’ve had one of the most awe-inspiring experience working at Delicious/AVOS this summer, and I feel serenity in this place those experiences have brought me to. However, I think it is neither “here” nor “there” but the journey in between, in the cut, which I will cherish the most… because no matter where I go the lessons I’ve learned will stay with me as...