The ambigram I’m using for my logo is actually the first one I ever designed years ago in high school. It’s tricky business designing a word that can be read both right-side up and upside down, but I was curious to see if I could create one for myself. The original drafting has since been lost, but I recount my designing here.
Welcome to my website! Continue reading Welcome! – Website Launch
One year ago, I was not a visual person. When I walked, I stared at my feet and let my vision drift out of focus. When I talked, I didn’t even think to hold eye contact. Therefore, when I obtained my humble-point-and-shoot camera as a graduation gift, I realized that I had wasted four years in Boston hardly appreciating my surroundings. I vowed to take a picture a day for a year to see if it could open my eyes. Continue reading A photographic journey
I am a speedcuber, someone who practices to solve a Rubik’s Cube as fast as possible. Specializing in one-handed cubing, I can solve a completely randomized cube in 18.0 seconds on average. Continue reading Cubing Summary
My computer is notorious for being completely impossible to use. this is why. Continue reading Why I use modified Dvorak