Author Archives: Sean

Whistling, Ice Skating and Doing Everything

This post is about how to do everything you’ve ever wanted. Here’s the secret, you just have to continuously do it. While to some this is blatantly obvious, you’d be surprised how many idealists and strategists like myself have trouble … Continue reading

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Two Projects

Community Aggregator This is something I’ve really wanted to build for a while. A community aggregator. So you search for whatever, maybe pastel drawing and the site would serve up a list of the highest rated online communities that focus … Continue reading

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Hide yo emails

Quick little rant here – I’ve been trying to find the emails of Philly startups for an ongoing project I’m involved in called PennApps Fellows. And the process is to put it tamely, enlightening. Now I realize that there is … Continue reading

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Consuming, not Creating

It is possibly the most disturbing trend I’ve ever noticed. Have you seen it? People that buy and watch and listen and play and complain and just consume all the time, and never create anything. I just recently examined my … Continue reading

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Impact and/or doing what you love

A few nights ago I had one of those “stay up all night watching random videos” nights. As per usual, a lot of it was bullshit or funny or cute, but one video really stuck out to me. Here is … Continue reading

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Public Domain Books – TweeterBot

A while ago I was talking with my sister about twitter and social media in general, and the question came up whether tweeting a book would be something people would like/subscribe to/even consider. And since then I’ve been thinking about … Continue reading

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Modern Witchcraft

It’s probably happened to you. Your technology backfired, stopped working, behaved unexpectedly, started acting funny and you don’t know why. Occasionally, the keyboard on my phone stays up after I’m done typing. I don’t know why, but it is inconvenient … Continue reading

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Anthropology Online: Github, Academia and Community

I think there may be a problem with anthropology, at least in its online incarnation. It has to do with intent. I hear from bloggers and discussions that there is a desire to ‘grow’. But what does this mean, what … Continue reading

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