The power of one moment
While you were overeating and holiday shopping…
Anatomy of a breakup, or if she ever cared at all
What you learn when you feel free.
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Getting to know someone especial in an unexpected place.
A letter from your jerkface ex-boyfriend.
This time with free security
Seuls deux solitudes? Vive le multiculturalisme!
So, Why be afraid of becoming who you really are?
A call to change the way technologists build the future
Living in Thailand from 2003 to 2005, I survived the tsunami that ravaged Southeast Asia.
(Continued from Part 2/3)
To get to Phuket City, we had to drive across a crumbling bridge, our first scene of the destruction.
This is not the story of a vagrant, saved by compassion.
When I was 12 years old, I woke up in the middle of the night and my stomach hurt.
A map of the world was spread across the table. I stared at the outlines of various countries and wondered where I would be in a few months…
It was January 2004. I had worked at Google for almost a year.
I wake up not quite sure where I am. Look around.
A hospital bed.
There are so many details I remember from that day.
Some days change everything has no stories yet