What Now?

Four weeks have passed since I completed General Assembly’s Data Science Immersive. While I am now on the lookout for job opportunities, the seasonality of the year dictates that I do a review for 2017. I am very much a private individual and like to keep my cards close, so I have decided not to publish…

Memories are fragile, easily lost, easily altered

If you have not watched Ghost in the Shell, go do it, even if you are not an anime fan. The movie is heavy on tech, in a futuristic world where human-computer interfaces are commonplace, and makes you wonder if we are heading towards a similar world (just look at what Elon Musk is doing…

Can humans change personalities as they grow older?

Traditional thinking suggests that once past our puberty years, we tend to settle down into a more stable, mature personality that persists all the way till our twilight years. Yet this study from Psychology and Aging suggests that contrary to what we think, our personalities in childhood can be very different from what it will…

The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation

I read an excellent post from the Art of Manliness here, from which I note the following observations: Notions of success are personal. “Thoreau wasn’t ambitious for the traditional status markers held up by society, he was ambitious for something else: life. Life at its very essence. Life in its fullest form.” How many of…