What We Can All Learn from This Man Who Plays The Harmonica

My bean and I were crossing the streets in Berkeley as anyone would, except we were gasping at how wide the streets are here compared to downtown SF, how it’s so nice to take a breather in a different city, and how the city looked so quirky! Yeap, definitely quirky. The tunes of a harmonica…

Python: Building a Text Editor for My Morning Pages

I’m so excited to share my newest project with you guys! I first learned about Morning Pages when I stumbled upon Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic’s reviews on Amazon. One thing led to another – I was brought to this book called The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron. In order to consistently fight artists’ blocks, Cameron…

99% Invisible: EP104 – Tunnel 57

This is not something I’d click on my own – but man, I loved the humorous remark by Ralph at the end so much I had to listen to it twice. Thinking back to his old days of manually digging through scrappy tunnels underground with his friends and being extremely cautious of not getting caught by…

Python: Project #MeToo with Twitter and Sentiment Analysis

Following up my previous post on updating your tweets from your terminal, I wanted to determine how the public feels about the #MeToo movement on Twitter that was recently rekindled by actress Alyssa Milano. To do that, I needed to use some kind of text analyzer for social media. Thanks to Siraj’s video tutorial, I…