I’m going to China and Thailand from June 26 to July 12th. Not that I haven’t posted much recently, but I hope after I come back I can post some of my travel blog entries and start blogging before work starts at Google on July 16th.
Archive for June 2007
I was honored by being chosen to be the undergraduate speaker for the history graduation ceremony for Stanford’s Graduation activities on June 17, 2007. Here’s the text of my speech, for posterity: Thank you. For the past four years, when many of my peers asked what I majored in and I told them it was [...]
So with a few weeks between being done and graduation, I signed up for a bunch of psych studies. I think I took around 25 or so in 2 weeks. Appointments ranged from 30 minutes to 3 hours. And in the end, I made a couple hundred dollars. Not bad, I say. It was a [...]
So I made the jump and bought a road bike. The Off Ramp was having a close-out on their 2006 Giant bikes, so I ended up getting an OCR-3 for only $1199.99 (MSRP: 1850). While not a top of the line bike or a well-known road bike brand like Specialized or Bianchi, the bike is [...]
I’m not a religious person. Never have, never will be. For the past three years, I’ve worked at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute, an institute as old as I am (22) which began when Coretta Scott King asked Clayborne Carson, the director of the institute, to compile King’s papers, sermons, and [...]