getacollegelife
getacollegelife:

There are some nice people out there.
I had posted that I felt apprehensive about my math summer course (Discrete Math) and a computer science/math professor from another university e-mailed me his problem set from his course for me to practice on. 
I just feel honored that he’d take the time out of his busy schedule to send some help to someone who’s not even enrolled in his class.

I was pretty terrible at discrete math. I got through it but it wasn’t pretty. My brain just doesn’t think in probabilities too well.

getacollegelife:

There are some nice people out there.

I had posted that I felt apprehensive about my math summer course (Discrete Math) and a computer science/math professor from another university e-mailed me his problem set from his course for me to practice on. 

I just feel honored that he’d take the time out of his busy schedule to send some help to someone who’s not even enrolled in his class.

I was pretty terrible at discrete math. I got through it but it wasn’t pretty. My brain just doesn’t think in probabilities too well.

evangotlib

Announcing My New Business!!!

evangotlib:

It gives me great pleasure to announce my new company!  My cofounders and I have yet to agree on a name but our service is like Uber for cloud-based, real-life personal interactions.

For a small monthly fee (TBD) our service will dispatch one of our Emotion Liaisons to anyone on your contact list and give them a hug or kick them in the groin area, depending on your preference.

Our Emotion Liaisons can also deliver enhanced services such as yelling “Yo asshole!” and/or hitting your contact in the face with a role of quarters.  These enhanced services will be priced accordingly.

Our transformative new platform is at the cutting edge of current internet technology and we are excited to be at the forefront of this exciting new space.

Despite no revenue, no name and an app that we made in six hours on my 16 year old nephew’s Surface 2 tablet computer we are also announcing today that we have secured $1.4 billion in funding valuing our business at just north of are you fucking kidding me.  Our initial investors include a “who’s who” of the VC world, including the folks who backed Color and the concierge at the Palo Alto Four Seasons.

Thanks to our family and friends who supported us and tolerated us for all of last weekend when we were unavailable because we were building the future.

#blessed

#blessed 

lilyb

lilyb:

Also, is it wrong of me to be floating two feet above the ground and grinning non-stop ever since I heard the news about Eric Cantor? Cause if it is wrong, I don’t want to be right.

You’re assuming the democrat beats the tea party guy. That might not happen, so you could end up with worse. The devil you know…?

staff
staff:

You like cake? How about cookies? How about your Tumblr theme? 
Of course. You love all these things. They’re all delicious. 
They’re delicious even when you just buy them off the shelf, but they’re even more mouth-watering when you make them from scratch. Tumblr themes, especially. 
GA Dash is here to help you experience this sensation. Starting today, anyone can learn to build a theme—step by step—and seamlessly implement that theme on Tumblr. All for free. Pretty sweet. 
P.S. To kick this off, General Assembly will be hosting a series of meetups starting June 21st. See if there’s one in your city—we’ve got New York, LA, Melbourne and more—and RSVP to meet other theme-makers in the making.

Yay for things my team built! 
Seriously, if you’ve ever wanted to learn how to custom code your tumblr theme (or, learn how to build websites in general), this is in my opinion the best free & interactive way to do it in existence. Try it!

staff:

You like cake? How about cookies? How about your Tumblr theme? 

Of course. You love all these things. They’re all delicious. 

They’re delicious even when you just buy them off the shelf, but they’re even more mouth-watering when you make them from scratch. Tumblr themes, especially. 

GA Dash is here to help you experience this sensation. Starting today, anyone can learn to build a theme—step by step—and seamlessly implement that theme on Tumblr. All for free. Pretty sweet. 

P.S. To kick this off, General Assembly will be hosting a series of meetups starting June 21st. See if there’s one in your city—we’ve got New York, LA, Melbourne and more—and RSVP to meet other theme-makers in the making.

Yay for things my team built! 

Seriously, if you’ve ever wanted to learn how to custom code your tumblr theme (or, learn how to build websites in general), this is in my opinion the best free & interactive way to do it in existence. Try it!