For you rising speedcubers, I will now try to convince you to cube one-handed with your right hand. Continue reading Why you should cube with your right hand
Fewest Moves Contest
Harvard Fall 2012 (October 6)
Out of sheer luck, perhaps, I won the Fewest Move Contest at today’s tournament with a 29-turn solution, which ties me at 6th in North America and 53rd (or so) in the world. Whoa.
CFOP, aka. the Fridrich Method, is the wildly popular Rubik’s Cube solving method used by virtually all high- and mid-level speedcubers. It gained popularity in the early 2000s because Jessica Fridrich’s website was the only thorough tutorial and algorithm library. Still, methods like Petrus, Roux, and ZZ have their merits too, so why has CFOP persisted? This article describes the numerous strengths of CFOP that most of us never pause to appreciate, especially the unique advantages that cement it as an accessible and effective speedcubing method.
Sara Bareilles and OneRepublic at the Santa Barbara Bowl, Sept 10, 2013, my first live concert ever. Of course, being me, I attended with the mindset of the photographer, and I figured if I was going to take pictures I was going to do it right. FRONT ROW, YEAH! Continue reading Sara Bareilles OneRepublic concert!
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