I found out that I share a birthday with the Intel Pentium Processor, William Shatner, and Reese Witherspoon. Cool.
While at work I asked myself a simple question: “Who benefits society more? A person who forgoes a career driven towards monetary gain and works for a social purpose, or a person who works towards monetary gain and becomes philanthropic later in life?” I’m conflicted.
This is absolutely ridiculous, who in their right mind would pay $100 for a Blu Ray disc. Even though I enjoy Ghost in the Shell, you would have to be insane to purchase this.
It feels surreal going back into Philadelphia five days a week again. When I wake up in the morning, I don’t feel the dread going to a small little office park next to a landfill every morning where I would be stuck for over 8 hours a day; no where to go and almost no other options besides staring a computer screen. Now I wake up and feel refreshed and somewhat determined to somehow make a difference. It possibly could be the 30 minute train ride into Philadelphia where I can organize my thoughts for the day or simply distract myself, watch a film or episode of a show on my iPhone, or the brisk 15 minute walk through center city to my employers office where I could walk by fancy shops, boutiques, cafes, and restaurants depending on my route. It’s fantastic to have great choices for lunch all within walking distance depending on my mood for the day or to get away for a bit and decompress. Plus knowing that my work is going to have an immediate impact on someone’s life, a … (continued)