Taken from Siddhartha by Herman Hesse
I rarely read books in my leisure time and I feel that most of my friends have been so caught up with their work that they've also lost the habit as well. It seems that beyond the amount of reading we are required to do for class , it seems ever so burdening and time consuming to open up a good book. So it caught me by surprise when one . . .
Finding Your Lost Self Part 2
This might be the first Thanksgiving when I'm not wishing for anything more. I'm at a point of the year when I don't have to worry about GPA's, the ideal college or the dilemma that separates my work-life balance. Somehow, I've had the right amount of rejections, the correct number of acceptances and a decent amount of . . .
This year has been quite a mix for me, but then again, I could say that about my past couple of years. However, this year is very special because I learned so much from it! Perhaps this post is overdue, but I think I really need to say what I've learned. Somehow, I have an interesting but relatable story to tell.
I think a good . . .
Blogger's outdated interface have allowed me to look for a new platform to blog on. I haven't been very active lately, but I think that I've been meeting so many people lately and that I have had so many new ideas that somehow it makes sense that I blog again. I'm going to give silvrback a shot and see how it works out. I . . .
What up Apple
Apple recently announced the "Macbook", a minimalistic Macbook Air which pushes the boundaries of how slim a laptop could possibly go. I am impressed; however, the sacrifice of having various ports on the laptop such as standard USB is a trade-off. Most of my external devices are still highly dependent on USB. However, I am now . . .