[Day 43] Of course my professor reads Wikipedia for fun

Before we go on, allow me to introduce my new favorite professor Mykel Kochenderfer. He did his BS and MS at Stanford, then did his PhD at University of Edinburgh (he finished his PhD in 3 years), then worked at that fancy lab MIT Lincoln Laboratory, and wrote this fascinating book called Decision Making Under Uncertainty. Other than being extremely smart, Mykel is also my professor and the father of my new four best friends. FYI, today, our class went to museums with his family and he and his wife left their four kids, aged 2 to 10, with me for an hour. They trusted me with their kids. Can you believe that?

When I found out that Mykel read Wikipedia for fun, I was fascinated. It’s like when someone asks you what you do for fun and you say: “I work on my PhD” or “I solve equations.” How amazing does it sound? So I asked him for the list of his favorite Wikipedia pages–I was procrastinating and was looking for something interesting to read over the weekend. He was very kind to give me his list.

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[Day 42] 10 amazing landscapes I have seen

In the last few years, I have been very fortunate to have seen some truly magnificent landscapes. No, I’m not rich. I just really like traveling and I work hard to be able to travel. Sometimes I take the photos and just put them away. Today, I was cleaning my hard drive when I found these photos and thought to myself: “Let’s make a list.” Below are my 10 favorite places for landscapes. Most of the photos are taken by me or I hold copyright, and I have to admit I didn’t do these places justice.

1. Bagan, Myanmar

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Bagan, Myanmar

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