Dear reader, I’ve gotten a few questions about why I write, how I choose the topics to look at, and whether or not this is a resume-builder. Their questions always imply that writing is inextricably linked to stress or hopes of further advancement, but I’ll let you in on my secret: I enjoy writing because […]Read more "Why you should write:"
A short about my New Years and colonoscopies. 🙂Read more "Plumbing, Colonoscopies, and New Years Eve"
A little bit longer review of the book: The Soul of a Doctor. A compilation of stories that Harvard Medical students have experienced and shared.Read more "A Review of: The Soul of a Doctor"
Today is December 23rd, 2016. My goal is to learn introductory statistics this winter break, that is until January 17th comes around. I’ve been also playing CodeCombat to help build a foundation for simple scripts in the near future and look forward to doing something cool by combining these all into one giant project. Scheduled […]Read more "Setting Out to Learn Statistics"
Elucidating the history and application of the Fresnel lens, a cool mechanical contraptionRead more "Fresnel Lens: A Forgotten Optical Mystery"
A short review of the book: When a Breath Becomes Air. The personal experience that Paul Kalanithi breathes into these pages is breathtakingly beautiful and poignant to the human condition.Read more "A Review of: When a Breath Becomes Air"
A short on what causes potato poisoning and the physiological effects of glycoalkaloids on the human body.Read more "Potatoes: Food or Poisons?"