My First Date with San Diego

San Diego happened recently. I was there for a total of five days. One day was dedicated to a grueling 8-hour long technical engineering interview. The other four days were left for recovery from said interview and some good old fashioned city exploration. My two objectives in prioritized order were to stuff my face with […]

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The Douchey Backpacker

I dedicate this post to this high quality tequila which is bringing out my inner hater. I’ve had a short burst of micro-excursions. NJ to Boston to NYC to San Diego and back to NJ within two weeks. I’ve been a bit busy to write in here but the gears have been turning. I’ve been […]

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The Traveling Graduate Student

I’m not just out in the world wasting away, stringing together hangovers in strange cities. When I am done traveling and living like a hobo my career will continue without so much as a hiccup. I’m covering my tracks. I’m in graduate school. Again. Kinda. A week ago I submitted a design project for an […]

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Biking in Copenhagen

The basic design of the bicycle has not changed in over a century standing testament to its perfected form. Pure mechanical efficiency. The type of stuff to stir my inner nerd. The first thing I did in Copenhagen after settling in my dingy Airbnb was renting a bike. The only bike available looked rickety and […]

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Tokyo and Seoul

Is this Tokyo or is this Seoul? I took a pit stop in Tokyo en route to Seoul for a few days to visit familiar faces, eat lots of ramen, and do some good old-fashioned exploring. I can’t help but associate these two cities for their similarities and their striking differences. They are both enormous […]

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