April, 2010

  1. A Note On Internships

    As the school year winds to a close, the summer intern season is getting ready to kick off. Having once been on that side of things as a college student and intern, it’s now a great experience to be on the other side of that fence, being a college graduate and helping to bring the…

  2. Spring 2010 Portfolio Inductions

    Adding photos to my portfolio was a difficult process this time around. I think part of it was that I had such an enormous selection of photos to pick from. I think the other part is that I continue to become a better photographer and I need to raise the bar. But I feel good…

  3. For the week of 2010-04-25 in Tweets

    who wants to do something? #fb # Amazing weekend! Why does monday have to come?! Alas, at least great things to look forward to this summer. #fb # @k_hack NPR/TAL had described the process last yr: Anatomy Of A Bank Takeover http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=102384657 # @mattmatt ROFL #APIEpicFail in reply to mattmatt # There are 21,060 things…

  4. For the week of 2010-04-18 in Tweets

    Learning about plurals in counting: 1 day, 2 days, 5 days, etc. Turkish, et al: 1 day, 2 day, 5 day, Russian, et al: 1 day, 2 days, 5 dayen # Email triage!! Stat! # @ClarkMFKent Sorry, it's been a busy week. Did you send me an email? in reply to ClarkMFKent # Dear Lord:…

  5. Making Progress

    I’ve finished with round one of my Spring 2010 Portfolio Project. I’ve gone through all my photos from last year and whittled them down to this first pass. Yes, there are many photo here that I will be excluding from my portfolio, but I had to start somewhere and these 133 photos are where I’m…

  6. Home Away From HomE-Days

    This is my first year away from home for E-Days. I celebrated by joining some fellow Mines Alumni at Ivar’s Salmon House on Thursday evening1 for drinks and dinner. I met some great engineers, we talked about what do, teachers we had, exploits we participated in, and beers we drank. I was sad to not…

  7. For the week of 2010-04-11 in Tweets

    Found some Super DLT tapes next to the trash. What should I do with them? # Droid + Amazon app makes it far too easy to buy books: just scan the barcode, pay, and wait for it to arrive. Wish I had this in college #fb # @moniguzman I believe the Petronas Towers and Eiffel…

  8. Preposterous Voice Transcriptions

    I use Google Voice for all my voicemail needs. One of the cool features, in theory, is that it will transcribe a voicemail left for me and send it to my phone or email. This is great when I’m in a meeting or in class and can’t actually listen to the voicemail, but I can…