I’m glad that my fattest folder had a big weight loss session today.
We had a fun time at the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment in Oakland, CA, aka the Video Game Museum. It made me think of my childhood, and the reason why I wanted to study computer science — making games.
My favorite quote of the day: perfection is a goal, not a destination, by my coworker Mark Gilbert.
Explanation: perfection is something that we should strive for everything every day, that’s how we get things done well. However, it’s impossible to be perfect at all times. Sometimes we reach 80%, sometimes 50%, sometimes 30%. Striving for perfection doesn’t mean we can’t make mistakes. We should not be too upset to move forward because of not achieving it, either. We should do our best to maintain a high quality consistently.
As a user experience designer, aside from being a advocate for user needs and business objectives, should be a good communicator among different teams, especially if you want team onboard with your design decisions.
The sun makes clothes puffy and comfortable, and gives them “the smell of sun” :)
I rode my bicycle to school when I grew up. Whenever it rained, I put on my raincoat — not exactly a coat, more like a big tarp with a hole where my head can get out — and still biked to school. Many people wore this kind, too. It protected me very well under “tarp”, I never really got wet wearing it.
After using Bay Area Bike Share in San Francisco for about a month, I’d like to write about my experience.
Jonathan, our Table Topics Master today at Toastmasters meeting, threw a really fun table topics party for us. He brought a bag of small pieces of paper, each with one word on it. Every table topics speaker picks three words, and use them to make up a story.
One more day left in 2016. I wrote a quick summary for my 2016, just like last year and the year before. It’s in Chinese, so I recommend using Google Translate if you’d like to check it out: 《充满故事的2016年》
It’s amazing that how the ocean magically touched and turned them into such beautiful treasure.