week in review 02: it’s waiting there for you

I spent this weekend in Park City celebrating a dear friend’s 30th birthday. It was a weekend full of good food, good company, and good rock climbing. I feel rejuvenated and ready to take on the week ahead!

Reading

The Desperado , Ciara O’Rourke for The Atavist

Parkland: A Year After the School Shooting That Was Supposed to Change Everything, Patricia Mazzei and Eve Edelheit for The New York Times

The Love Story I Never Thought to Tell, Caroline Donofrio for A Cup of Jo

The Secret History of Women in Coding, Clive Thompson for The New York Times

A Friendship Baked in the Great British Bake Off Tent , Julie Beck for The Atlantic

MIT Professor Kieran Setiya on the Living in the Present, the Paradox of Egoism, and the Hollowness of the Goal-Driven Life, Charles Chu for The Polymath Project

Recapping the 1999 Oscars Ceremony, When Shakespeare Beat Spielberg, Richard Lawson for Vanity Fair

Watching

This week I mostly watched more episodes of The Challenge and saw Free Solo for the third time and Ralph Breaks the Internet for the first time.

Listening

Shrugging Destiny (w/ Paul F. Tompkins), Off Book. This is the funniest podcast episode I’ve maybe ever listened to?

059 – Africa (w/ Zach Reino and Jessica McKenna), Punch Up the Jam. More Zach and Jessica!

The Week Ahead

This week I get to attend my monthly Data Science Study Group and I am excited to carve out time to work on new projects.

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