It was his third year at MIT and Andrew Houston was excited. He had eaten enough Hot Pockets and Ramen noodles to save up enough money for a trip to New York City. This was it. He had the whole weekend planned.
Have you ever felt like you should be doing more?
I get this way whenever I see other people succeeding. Especially if it’s in my lane.
It’s been a while.
And just like most people who start blogs, the longer I’m away the easier it becomes to neglect my writing.
In West Philadelphia, born and raised. Just like the song.
We actually lived in the northern suburbs of Philly, but my parents had a convenience store on 46th and Walnut, the heart of west Philadelphia. As a kid, I spent so much time there, my family started telling me that I was actually delivered at the store.
As the child of Korean immigrants, I grew up in a fairly typical Korean-American home. Continue reading
As I was driving home from work last night, I was stuck behind a slow driver.
I’ll be the first to confess that I am not the most patient driver. Especially if the person in front of me goes 10 miles below the posted speed limit, or doesn’t use a turn signal, or refuses to turn right on red (when it’s legal and safe!)
Well this guy in front of me last night hit the trifecta.