I thought I knew how I spent my time. I didn’t.

What I learned from tracking a week of my life in 15 minute increments This post was written for Entire.Life. You can view the original version here. It was a Friday night, and I had just left work for a conference event. On my way, I stopped in a coffee shop to...

Why imposter syndrome isn’t inherently bad

Imposter syndrome: that nagging feeling that you’re under-qualified, over-esteemed and on the verge of being found out as a fraud. While imposter syndrome may disproportionately affect women and minorities, it is pervasive. Almost all of us are self-identified frauds....

We know everything, and it means nothing

This is a written version of a short talk I recently gave during the Philadelphia Area New Media Association (PANMA)‘s annual show and tell. It’s closer to how I practiced it than how it actually came out of my mouth. I’ve included one very ugly,...