Steve shares a few thoughts on how he built BASIC from scratch… and how he ultimately changed all of our very lives.
I found the first season hilarious; really entertaining.
Few people know so early or so certainly what they want to work on. But talking to my father reminded me of a heuristic the rest of us can use. If something that seems like work to other people doesn’t seem like work to you, that’s something you’re well suited for. …
The stranger your tastes seem to other people, the stronger evidence they probably are of what you should do.
This should be neat.
My father sent me this quiz:
Can you guess the correct answers for the cost of the following in 1965…?
This was a very fascinating read about the growth of interest in the food from Korea in the US:
As a result, Rodbard argues, Korean cuisine is virtually “unspoiled” in American restaurants, with no pad Thai or General Tso’s Chicken equivalent. That’s great for purists curious about traditional Korean cuisine, but it also slowed down the timeline of acceptance by the greater American population.
I love Korean food. I have adopted it as much as the next american too. I am so lucky to have married a wonderful korean woman as well who cooks some amazing food.
I’m in love.