UPDATE 3/15/14 As Mr. Stevens points out in the comments, MealSquares has made a lot of changes to their nutritional content since I wrote this – I didn’t expect it to become outdated so quickly, but I guess that’s startups … Continue reading
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When I heard about soylent, I was cautiously optimistic. But after Ars Technica did a week long review of the stuff (and generally liked it), I wanted some. The thinking was, “I go through 3 boxes of frozen pizza every … Continue reading
Applying for jobs is hard for a lot of reasons, but the two I’m annoyed with are: Everything is easy once you’ve done it. If you can describe how hard/awesome it was, you can’t do it more than once on … Continue reading
My problem with productivity is that I refuse to have a rigid schedule. 30 minute time chunks? Way too much work. Task lists for everything (not work)? Do not want! It works all right for little things, but big things … Continue reading
For everyone who enjoyed the clock in Thomas Hall, or who just wish time ran a little backwards, here’s a hack on Apple’s World Clock dashboard widget. Enjoy!
I’ve read and written a few blog posts recenty about applied x and theoretical x. People declaring themselves to be theoretical x, practical y, and denying a distinction. Maybe this can help clarify the discussion.
One of the consequences of graduating and getting an apartment is supplying your own food – Which I actually enjoy! But it also means I have entered the complex maze of “which brand of x do I buy today?” Having … Continue reading
In this day and age of texting and tweeting, lol, rotfl, and on and on, we’ve lost some touch with grammar and English. But it’s important – even valuable – and even if you don’t use it properly, you should … Continue reading
I’m a theoretical mathematician, which, for those who may not know, means that I love math because it’s math (as opposed to practical mathematicians who are interested in math for its applications). So, my complaint might surprise you, because I’m … Continue reading
Drew Crawford had an interesting article recently on different kinds of knowledge. He makes some interesting points, and while his article has a good deal of breadth, I feel like it lacks depth – specifically, that it wasn’t followed through … Continue reading