Author Archives: Liang Shi
The past month has been insane. I’ve been on a 4 week marathon working on Clarity, going from hackathon to Lean Startup Machine Weekend to Startup Weekend EDU to SXSW to NY Tech Meetup where we demoed to over 1,000 people. …where do I start?
I started freelancing about six months ago and it’s been an amazing adventure. And by amazing adventure, I mean it’s been like riding a roller coaster that’s breaking the sound barrier and I’m trying to hold on with both hands but there aren’t any “oh shit” bars. Essentially, I had to learn everything from sales to invoicing to collecting money (like a PIMP) to taxes, all in record time. I wanted to share with you some of the online tools … Continue reading
Photo taken by Khanh Nguyen. The start of 2012 felt like I was facing a shadow monster. I couldn’t really see it, but I could feel its negative presence and sharp claws on my back, breathing over my shoulder and whispering into my ear, join us… JOIN US!!!!! *cue dramatic music* Anyways — the point is I was deeply dissatisfied with my circumstances at the time, and above all else, bored. Boredom is probably the single worst thing to ever … Continue reading
Huge thank you to everyone who has checked in on me, offered me a place to stay and helped me throughout Sandy. Power and heating returned Friday evening and everything is increasingly returning to normal. When I first learned about the category 1 hurricane, I sort of shrugged it off. We get category 3 and 4 hurricanes in Texas all the time, this would be no big deal, right? Nay, I now live on an island and before the storm … Continue reading
Spent the weekend in schizophrenic San Francisco where it was cold and foggy one moment, then warm and breezy the next. My trip consisted of a lot of exploring different neighborhoods and eating mass quantities of food, mostly of the ice cream variety. Can’t complain there. Photo explosion after the jump.
The wonderful Katherine was in town a few weeks ago. And, on a whim, while eating crack pie and cereal milk soft serve, we decide that we should make a midnight escapade to Times Square. And off we went. Me walking into one of my favorite establishments in all of New York City, Momofuku Milk Bar.