Sometimes I feel that my life is a series of fixations. I find something cool, new, and shiny, and I pursue it with relentless focus. But then take a break or find something new. When I return, my interest is gone, and I can't find it anymore.
Last week, on a routine trip to the mall, I saw a person wearing a sweater with the symbol of my alma mater.
I recently started looking into cryptocurrencies (crypto) after being introduced to the Ethereum Name Service (ENS), Namebase and the Handshake Protocol, and the Argent Smart Wallet.
I looked for years to find the perfect productivity tool to transfer information between my devices.
In Chairmerica, the most important products are chairs.
It seems to me that academia is not a meritocracy.
I'm thinking about whether to apply to PhD programs in Philosophy.
People with wealth and power have many things that normal people do not.
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