What would you do if you cared about yourself?
Would you take that blood test for that deficiency you think you might have?
Would you write about the things
AI Improvements to Material Science Are Worth Getting Excited About
Over the last 6 to 9 months, AI has taken the world by storm. Normal people have started using AI
Reclaim Your Privacy: Introducing RemoveTrackingCodes.com for a Safer Browsing Experience
Most people are unaware that when they click on a link, they are also sharing personal data. You can prevent the collection and sale of personal data by removing tracking codes from the links you use online.
Get Your Dream Job: The Ultimate Practical Step by Step Guide
Learn how to get your dream job. A step-by-step guide with easy and actionable steps.
Search Engines, Social Pressures, and the Fall of Neutrality: DuckDuckGo's Dilemma
Today I woke up and saw that DuckDuckGo began censoring content. Their founder
announced on Twitter that DuckDuckGo will now
Why Memorization is a Terrible Way to Learn How to Code: Insights from a Self-Taught Web Developer
This post was originally written in late 2020, but was never published until
now. Better late than never.
From FOMO to Fulfillment: Escaping NYC's Broken Promises and Embracing Austin
I lived in NYC for 10 years, a beautiful and vibrant city with so much promise, and left because the most important of these promises went unfulfilled.
3 Things I Learned About CSS by Recreating Stripe's Pricing Page
Extra advantages from using SVG beyond performance, an easier way to implement popular background designs, and key insights from Stripe's engineering team
What I learned about CSS by Recreating Notion's Homepage
Showing off my new coding skills by recreating the homepage of one of tech's best loved brands.
The Easy Way is The Hard Way
One of the best life lessons I’ve ever learned is if you want to live a great life avoid taking shortcuts.