It’s easy to look at the youth of today and say that they’re a lost generation. But recently, it was made very clear to me that our youth are far from lost.
I owe much of my technology career and many of my technical skills to the magic that occurs at the intersection of curiosity and opportunity.
“So…” my dad said. “I heard that you were gay.” “I am,” I said as I moved from underneath his umbrella. “Well, you know you are going to hell, right?”
Presented on July 5, 1852, Frederick Douglass poses a question that many in America feel is as particularly resonant today as it was back then.
In identifying so strongly with struggling as a method of progress, it became increasingly uncomfortable to enjoy anything which came easily.
What if you're trying to solve a problem no one else has solved? What if you have the money and motivation, but you don't know where to start?