For the past year, I’ve owned interestingluxembourgfacts.com. It averages 600-700 views per week. Here’s the backstory: About a year ago, I watched the following segment on John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight. After watching the segment, I was naturally curious to see if this “NO” page actually existed. I googled Interesting Luxembourg facts, and to my … Read More
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The following post was part of a class project I did back in January 2014. The Class was Net Art and the assignment was to “create an online spectacle.” The original post can be viewed here. Posted on January 29, 2014 It look me a long time to figure out what exactly I wanted to do for … Read More
I’m taking an art class this semester. This week’s assignment was to create two composite images which demonstrate some type of metaphor.
This semester, I’m taking a class called “Placelessness.” I’m not entirely sure what it’s about yet, but our first assignment was to define place in a short paper. Below is what I wrote. Place is such an ambiguous and boundless concept, that it can be quite difficult to define. Depending on the context, place … Read More
My dog Boomer is undoubtedly the most famous member to emerge from my family. His TV-watching activities have been viewed by millions worldwide. In March 2007, I uploaded my first to YouTube. It featured Boomer going nuts over the Colbert Report intro: A few years later in 2010, it was pretty surreal when I … Read More
It was truly devastating to find out that Sevan Muradian passed away last week. His death came as an absolute shock. He was only 40 years old. Over the years, Sevan has been a mentor, role model and true friend to me and many others. Since his passing, there have been countless articles and tributes … Read More
Magnus Carlsen made his annual visit to Webster University during the 2015 Sinquefield Cup. For two consecutive days, Magnus visited to play soccer and basketball with the Webster chess team. It wasn’t a bad start to the first week of school! Photo by Irene Sukandar This was my first time seeing Magnus in person. Previously, I … Read More