The Phish Next Door
Taken together with the obvious Chinglish verbiage in the body of the email, it became immediately apparent to me that this was not an actual PayPal address but rather a phishing site.
Capturing the Flag
Going through the meat grinder, you get to witness first hand the process of hot dog making. It’s not a pretty sight, but its an informative one. One of my most profound takeaways from this whole experience was answering the existential question of the spoon.
How to be a Happy Cat
Professing to be the “first and only self-help guide for cats”, the book answers many existential questions—from the point of view of a cat—that have boggled the minds of felines since the dawn of history. Here a cat can find answers to problems such as how to live more than nine lives and how to find lasting romance.
The Doors of Ubud
Before the trip, I had a mental image of Bali being a paradise. Turns out I wasn’t wrong. The island is a lush tropical forest that is full of monkeys, bubbling streams, waterfalls, and hundred eighty degree panoramas of remote, semi-active volcanoes. Unparalleled scenic beauty aside, the highlight of my visit was the doors, hands down.
Hiking in Narita
This place is the poster child of pastoral Japan, a small village with traditional stores and houses, beautiful gardens, and breathtaking architecture.
Word Cities Summit 2014
After six months of grueling work, an impossible deadline, 15 hour days, and against all odds… XRVision delivered the world first standalone wearable face recognition system.
I hope that this will be a small contribution to making our cities, communities, and public gathering safer.