I’m surprised no one has asked this until now – but I’ve had a couple people ask about the mechanics of blogging. 1: It’s a bigger time commitment that you could possibly imagine (ok, it’s really not that much time in aggregate, but forcing yourself to do it is harder than it sounds). 2: Free … Continue reading
Build a UAV for credit! Take AA 241X
Check out our official coverage: Stanford News article and video! In an earlier post, I talked about taking AA 241X with Peter Blake – the two of us were the only GSB’ers in the entire class. We asked to be placed on the same team, only because we knew that we wanted to work together … Continue reading
STRAMGT 321 – Create A New Venture
Here’s the class information website for last year (doesn’t look like it has been updated for 2014-15 yet). As I mentioned in a previous post, this class was hands-on with a pre-formed team. I partnered with Erik Wittreich and Randy Sternke to create Hinted (actually it started as uLooped – thankfully we were able to figure out … Continue reading
Spring Quarter – Wow this year went fast!
Much like Winter quarter, there was only one core class to deal with in the Spring, leaving a lot of room for electives. I fully intended to remain a Club-22 member for my final quarter, but a few weeks in, I realized I was killing myself… I dropped a couple classes and achieved a much … Continue reading
Download your InMap!
For those of you using LinkedIn (and all of you should be using LinkedIn!), be sure to run your InMap and download the image before LinkedIn kills the service at the end of the month. They claim to be developing newer and better ways to visualize your network, but I find this tool fascinating (even … Continue reading
Winter Quarter – Another Club-22
What’s Club 22? Its members are the masochists in your cohort that subject themselves to 22 credits per quarter. After Autumn Quarter and 22 credits, I figured that 22 credits wasn’t too bad after all. It seemed manageable, albeit taxing – but, more important, when would I have the chance to take these classes again, right? … Continue reading
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