So I’m Changing My Major…

April 1, 2014

Today I’d like to make an important announcement concerning my future studies at Drexel. After four years and three co-ops in IT, I’ve decided its time for a change. Technology has always been one of my passions and it will continue to be so even though I’m changing my major. Why the late change? Until […]

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Dear City of Melbourne: Thank You

March 20, 2014

Like all good stories, it’s time for the story of my time in Melbourne to end. This week is my last full week here and while I wish I could slow down time, I’m sure this week will be over before I know it. I think I’ll save my closing thoughts on this co-op for […]

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Myki Isn’t Horrible, But It Has Plenty Of Room For Improvement

February 27, 2014

Having a bit of fun with mates back at Uni poke fun at Myki reminded me I haven’t shared my full thoughts on the system. Myki is a system I have to use here daily in Melbourne and while it’s not horrible, it far from being an efficient, reliable ticketing system. Myki works like a […]

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The Beginning of The End in Melbourne

February 26, 2014

This week marks the last week of February and the [soon] end of my last full month in Melbourne (that is if you can even count February as a full month with only 28 days in it). Many of the mates I’ve made here have been asking me to stay longer. Believe me when I […]

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Thoughts On Drexel’s Accidental Information Disclosure

February 17, 2014

If you attend Drexel, you may have received this email last night (open post to view): Likewise, you may not have. As far as I know, Drexel has not released any official number as to how many of us had our records accidentally disclosed, but I’m hearing speculation on Facebook that number was around 4,700. I […]

My Vision Of The Future Of Public Transit

February 6, 2014

By now, you should be well aware that I take an interest in my local public transit. Quality public transit is still one of the things the majority of the US lacks. A mate literally just linked me to a map of public transit in the US. There are gaping holes in it. I don’t […]

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Welcome To Irabu’s Office Is The Weirdest Anime I’ve Ever Seen, But It’s Good.

February 6, 2014

If you were to take a look at the anime I own or have rented, there’s a good chance you’d notice a couple of patterns. Welcome To Irabu’s Office falls under two: Psychology and noitaminA. Those two reasons made me pick me up from the library. Now, before I go in to reviewing it, let […]

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