The summer between my junior and sophomore year of college, I served as a Marketing and Events Management Intern at MassChallenge—a startup incubator in Boston, MA. The experience exceeded my expectations. I found it inspiring to be surrounded by individuals that were obsessed with pursuing their ideas. As a member of the College of Arts … Continue reading The Importance of an Entrepreneurial Mindset
Do you have a hard time navigating Twitter? Are you exhausted by having to tweet every day? Are you annoyed at having to sift through fake news? Are you disappointed by Twitter’s lack of innovation? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are not alone. Compared to other social networks, Twitter has … Continue reading Twitter: Where have all the users gone?
After our blockchain discussion last Wednesday, I became interested in learning more about how blockchain is used in industries other than financial services. This past summer I worked as an Intellectual Property intern at Mintz—a Boston law firm. The majority of the work I performed was administrative, and Wednesday’s discussion made me wonder whether blockchain … Continue reading Blockchain in the Legal Industry
This past weekend I met up with an old friend, but we could not decide where to eat. Being a foodie and a lover of all things high-tech, she recommended that we eat at Spyce, a restaurant located in Boston’s Downtown Crossing. Spyce serves bowls, starting at $7.50, with Latin, Mediterranean, and Asian influences. Upon … Continue reading Restaurants and Robots
A few days ago, I came across an interesting article, in Bloomberg’s Big Business Law section, about the state of California’s decision to enact Internet of Things related legislation. On August 30th, California’s Senate passed two bills that would require “Internet-connected devices sold in California, such as thermostats, televisions, and security cameras” to have “reasonable … Continue reading Internet of Things
This summer I read I’m Feeling Lucky: The Confessions of Google Employee Number 59 by Douglas Edwards. I first became interested in learning about the founding of Google after visiting its Cambridge campus last summer. The book’s author, Douglas Edwards, worked at Google from 1999 to 2005 serving as the Director of Consumer Marketing and … Continue reading I’m Feeling Lucky: Confessions of Google Employee Number 59