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October 3, 1995

Today's "The Dartmouth", the campus newspaper, ran an article profiling me and my role within Computing Services at the College.

Being interviewed for the article was interesting because I was being asked to sum up my current role and my future goals. I knew where I was going and what I wanted to do, but I had never really summed it up before. It was a good experience for me in that I realised that I was on the right track and I knew what I was doing.

I spoke of my plans to apply to, and hopefully attend graduate school. This fall I will be applying to MIT's Media Lab, as my first choice, and to a number of other schools with excellent education departments. My goals are still coming together but essentially I want to continue my studies in computers and how they effect both society and, especially, education.

After the article was published and my boss read it, I said "I guess this counts as my eleven month notice..."

If you ever want to get your life organized, get interviewed. The act of telling someone else what you plan to do very much helps you see the bigger picture of your life and the events in it. Does that make any sense? Well, it does to me...