robot is matchmaker
i joined. then quit. then joined again. then quit. then joined, yet again. then quit— forever. and then, the new yorker came out with this. dear universe, if you don’t bring a handsome, amusing, clever, and kind man into my life soon, i will be forced to fill the void with diet coke, flaming hot cheetos, and endless episodes of an HBO show about sexy hot vampires. this is not a...
i finally put some finishing touches on a video that i made a few years ago. you can watch it, and other videos that i made on my watson, on my vimeo channel.
stuck at denver airport
for five extra hours with nothing to study. NOTHING TO STUDY. WHAT’LL-I-DO? also: there has to be a rule against this. (check out the time stamps.)
rave on, you Holly diamond →
amazing. (especially, “Everyday.”)
the leary archives at nypl
with contributions from his goddaughter, winona ryder! (affectionately referred to here, as “noni”)
suck it, everyone else! →
“We are pleased to announce that Mount Sinai leads the New York metro area with the highest number of physicians named to New York magazine’s annual list of “Best Doctors.” The list appeared in the magazine’s June 13 issue and is available online at www.nymag.com/bestdoctors.”— mass email from bigwig.
cave of forgotten [biochem] dreams
arguably, this is the most time i will get off from school to study for an important exam; thus, i’ve enjoyed my month without distractions [and pants] as best i know how. i did everything i set out to do. 1) i re-learned how to ride a bike and used it instead of a car; 2) i re-learned ballet, which proves to me that im still uncoordinated, but ballet is fun; 3) and i studied every...
back to the future
(Photo Credit: Irina Werning, 2010.) this is the best concept for a photo project ive seen in a long time. or ever. (click through the photo to awesome.)
tune in →
i often think about whether my decision to leave an ayahuasca experience out of my watson year was a missed opportunity. (also, if i weren’t so afraid of my patients trying to kill me, i would definitely consider psychiatry just for this.)
waste more time on the internet, looking at these... →
recent developments in the makeshift pond of my parents’ front yard have transported me back to my elementary school days. anyone who knew me as a kid also knew that i was obsessed with things that swim. i used to tell everyone who would listen that i was going to be a marine biologist and extensively study seashell handbooks as if to bring the sea closer to my mountainous hometown. my...
sometimes the ditch behind the grocery store makes a nice duck pond.
on an early morning jog through the untamed ramonan landscape. ‘very easy’?
ever an advocate for dignity in death
RIP Dr. J Kevorkian. http://www.npr.org/2011/06/03/136917033/jack-kevorkian-assisted-suicide-advocate-dies-at-83
please come back soon.