It's a comprehensive summary of global climate change. Also read the comments for a bit... (Read More)
by Cory on April 25, 2015
Why are Californians so flaky? If you go on the internet and google this sentence, you will find a lot of East Coast dorks asking this question and a lot of people from California tooting their own horn at how awesome the weather is and how hard t...
by Cory on April 20, 2015
This one goes out to all the spicy ladies who live at the Sports Basement. Keep doing what'chu doin
by Cory on April 20, 2015
I said I was going to make a radio, but I'm not ready yet. I've been finishing up the features that I fleshed out on the site for a while now. I ended up making a second website for my IRL resume, which is kind of cool because I managed to write a...
by Cory on April 11, 2015
I spent another drawing day at Stanford. Also, I'll post a small backlog of drawings I've built up. Turns out I'm not as good at drawing faces as I thought.
Yes, I'm gonna be that guy. The guy who brings a book to meet new people and then sit t...
by Cory on April 10, 2015
Enough shitposting! It's time to begin my first project. I'm going to make an XM radio receiver! Details pending!
by Cory on April 9, 2015
1. Separate every single task into little chunks. You need to do things in little baby steps, because you only have little baby feet and useless t-rex hands.
2. Everything you make is shit and everything you will make will be shit. Make shit all ...
by Cory on April 8, 2015
I had this super messed up dream about job hunting last night. I dreamed that I was heading towards a job interview and I was on the bus. My mom was there and she told me she set me up with this company and don't worry about it because she handled...
by Cory on April 3, 2015
Now there's a symbol I didn't think I'd see again. My sketchbook is totally legit now.
Anger Management for Everyone
I had to read this because I started to hate my job and all my ideas don't make any money. It's a good book though with a lot of techniques that cover lifestyle changes, behavioral changes, and provides you with ways to manage anger. Not just anger but bitterness and over negativity too. To get the most out of the book requires picking a new strategies and following through on them until they become habit. I've been trying to keep a disciplined schedule and practice for these couple weeks and I think I can already feel results.
Added on April 8, 2019 10:47 PM
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup
I didn't know that Theranos was so fucking crazy. Just from casually listening to the news I thought it was just some girl who bit off more than she could chew and then started lying. No, this is the Final Fantasy 7 house of silicon valley start ups. I was captivated by this guys book the whole way through. I thought 350 pages would be long but it flew by. Also the stereotype pairing of young girl engineer and creepy piece.of shit incompetent old guy is really common in Silicon Valley. It's the worst. I need to get out of here.
Added on January 20, 2019 3:54 AM★
12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos
This book is life anecdotes backed up with psychology for how to become an enlightened person. He also really likes the Bible. (Belief not necessary to enjoy the book). I think he has some interesting points but I disagree on a couple things, for instance when he says it's completely unreasonable to not want to have kids or that "striving the maximum good for most people" is specific enough to let you figure out what you should do in a day. I learned a lot of cool things about lobsters though.
Added on January 7, 2019 6:42 AM
Flowers for Algernon
Wow this is a really sad book. I never had to read this for school but I'm glad I read it now.
Added on November 22, 2018 1:17 AM★
Small Business For Dummies
I found this on a table at work and it was from 1998 which is funny because computers and the internet were super new back then. This is an overview for someone who has no clue how to start a business
Added on November 20, 2018 2:25 AM