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Part 1: Songs, LA to DC Part 2: Lectures, LA to DC Part 3: Podcasts, LA to DC Part 4: Lectures/Podcasts, Ottawa to DC In the first four parts of this series, I wrote about the various music, podcasts, or … Continue reading
Part 1: Songs, LA to DC Part 2: Lectures, LA to DC Part 3: Podcasts, LA to DC In the first three parts of this series, I wrote about what was on my iPod for the trip from LA to … Continue reading
This post is a bit overdue as the lectures/podcasts I listened happened during the last week of June, but I thought it would still be nice to go over some of the things that I learned from the lectures/podcasts. As … Continue reading
I’ve been away from writing posts for a while (my last post of quotes was on June 27th) because I’ve been driving across the country (well, countries). I spent the last part of June and the beginning of July driving … Continue reading
On this page, you’ll find a link to all the papers/series I have posted on this website. I’ve listed them in chronological order by when they were written, starting with the most recent. Meaning, if I wrote the paper in 2008, … Continue reading
If it wasn’t clear from my series of “What’s on my iPod,” I would think that one of my recent posts on the Justice @ Harvard course would lead one to believe that I enjoy learning. (One might also point … Continue reading
Its been just about two months since I last updated the list of people Im following on Twitter. I thought today might be a good day to give a brief update. Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll try to … Continue reading