Here, people look at you like you’re crazy, things are unfinished and undefined, and — unlike a “T”— you cannot cleanly explain to your peers what you do.
I, T, or semicolon: What type of professional are you?
Khe Hy

This is very relatable, particularly over the last few months. I’ve been increasingly describing “what do you do” as “grad school meets consulting.”

Average day can have any number of: interesting conversation, code, prototyping, research, writing reports, etc.

Dunno if I’ll go back to getting a “real job”, starting a company, or something else — but I’m convinced now that this is an entirely normal state of being.

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