The Startup School 2013 Notes are here: https://bitly.com/susnotes
Below, I reveal the story behind the Notes and the results of my experiment.
In all likelihood, Iran currently does not have a nuclear weapon. The CIA and the UN agree: they do not have a nuclear weapon, and there is no conclusive evidence that they are developing one.
Technology allows us to do more in less time. It lets us choose what, when, and how we want to read and hear. We can select the TV shows we want to watch. We customize our newsreaders so we get only the content we’re interested in. I read a great article from the Washington Post’s website, which contains a small blurb about how the iPod limits our exposure to new music: Continue reading →
People aren’t competitive here. Unlike some of my high school friends, college students have to take responsibility for their own learning. I was spurred to work harder in high school because people pushed me to do so. In college, there’s less of that kind of forcefulness.
This is truly going to be a message posted around midnight, so I’ll categorize it as so. Quick overview of the day. I woke up just in time for self-defense class. I worked on math stuff until my math discussion, and then my EE 201 lecture with Puvvada. I fell asleep in his class, though I wasn’t the only one. That was followed by CS 105, where Crowley got angry at us for creating bad designs on our last midterm. I went to the Technopreneurs’ second meeting, which was quite unstructured, but I showed off Wall Posting.
I just got my ThinkPad Advanced Mini Dock. It’s pretty awesome. It’s going to make things neater and easier, since I will now have a spare AC adapter for the road (eliminating the need for an extra heavier and larger battery), and I can keep all my devices plugged in permanently (though I can still use the ThinkPad’s built-in ports).