This is my archive

Lessons From Game Development.

A long, long time ago, in a previous career, I used to work in the gaming industry, and I’ve been able to bring a lot… Read More

How Far Are You Willing to Send Your Stuff to Stay Organized?

If you’re like me, you’re constantly bothered by clutter, loose papers, packed shelves and the placement of random knickknacks. Unfortunately the problem is that you’ve… Read More

Times Square Ball app

Now you can ring in the New Year on your iPhone. The Times Square Ball app includes a live feed from the festivities in… Read More

Thoughts on “On Writing Well”

“The most important sentence in any article is the first one.” And that’s why I’ve opted to lead with this snippet taken from William Zinser’s… Read More

Digital Piracy, file sharing and that Wikileaks-thing

In the midst of all the WikiLeaks¬†controversy¬†the past few weeks I think most of us are left with some important questions that we just aren’t… Read More

An intern’s perspective

With an Asian mother, the importance of preparing for the real world after college has been beat into my head.¬† I was beginning my last… Read More

Generation Why?

I stumbled across “Generation Why?” by Zadie Smith and found it to be a compelling analysis of “Real” Mark Zuckerberg (founder of Facebook) and the… Read More

Firesheep

Making big waves in the online security world this week is the release of a Firefox plugin called Firesheep that lets you hijack a fellow… Read More

Use rollover images? Got $80,000?

I just noticed this gem on Ars Technica which details a company seeking damages from such online giants as Abercrombie and Fitch, Bed Bath… Read More

AT&T’s National Disaster Recovery

Gizmodo posted a great article yesterday about AT&T’s National Disaster Recovery System. It’s easy for us to take the networks, which provide us… Read More