Archive for August, 2010

Why, Subaru?

For reasons I will explain in a more in depth post later, my beloved white 1999 Subaru Legacy has met its maker, after such a brief but full life of 125,000 miles. She could have been resurrected, but $3400 for a rebuilt junkyard engine seems like too much for a car that already has suspension, [...]

Where’s Leslie?

If you’ve ever been curious what exactly my internship-employer does (I do quality testing for these guys), or given me a blank stare when I’ve explained our product before, here’s the perfect example. One of our employees, Leslie Baker, will be riding a bicycle 192 miles across Massachusetts from Sturbridge to Provincetown for the Pan-Mass [...]

I Just Got Served!

For just over a year, I’ve been “Web Editor” for Haverford and Bryn Mawr College’s student newspaper, The Bi-College News. I enjoy the journalism field, and I’m also a hard to come by technology geek on our two “liberal arts” campuses, so I naturally fit the bill to provide support for The Bi-Co’s technical infrastructure. [...]