Lifelong Learning

I just started a course about content strategy. The professor suggested we subscribe to Seth Godin's blog. I had heard his name before, but I didn't know anything about him. I subscribed, thinking that I could unsubscribe if I didn't dig him. Two or three days after I subscribed, he mentioned in his daily blog... Continue Reading →

Winter of My Discontent

There goes the winter. I broke my ankle on Thanksgiving weekend. No exciting story. I was literally walking down a sidewalk when my ankle turned out and snap went my tibia. I don't need surgery, which I am thankful for. But the orthopedist said that it may take 10 weeks for it to heal. It... Continue Reading →

Derailed

My birthday list has been derailed because my life has been derailed. On December 11, I found out that my dad died. No warning whatsoever. He had a heart attack in bed. I'm thankful that he passed quickly and painlessly (I hope anyway) but sometimes I think the magnitude of shock and grief might kill... Continue Reading →

A Better Ending

A few months ago, I was waiting for the subway and ad caught my eye. It was an invitation to free lectures as part of a "Harvard Mini-Med School." I had never been to a free medical lecture before. Hence, an addition to the birthday list. All four of the lectures sounded interesting, but my... Continue Reading →

Give Me a Child until He Is Seven

...and I will give you the man. This is the premise of the British documentary series known as the "Up Series." In 1964, an English television director chose fourteen 7-year-olds from different socioeconomic groups and different geographical areas of England and filmed them, intending to introduce people to the future laborers and executives of the... Continue Reading →

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