Monthly Archives: March 2016

Having spent a month getting a head-start on my Spanish in Guatemala, and having then spent about two and a half months working at Creare and at Whistle, I decided that it was time to enjoy traveling for a while in a Spanish-speaking country. I considered Argentina or Chile to start with, since it would be summer there, but I ended up joining up with my friend Corina in Mexico. I’ve always felt interested in Mexico, […]

Western Mexico: P.V., San Pancho and Guadalajara

After a number of exciting adventures, I decided to tone it down a notch and spend a few months working again. I don’t want the traveling to become rote, and I also want to keep my technical skillset and my pocketbook in good shape. So, I spent about six weeks working back at Creare in New Hampshire, and then four weeks working for my friends’ company, Whistle, in San Francisco. I learned a ton, made some […]

A Gap in the Gappaticaltirement