Category Archives: San Francisco

on moving from academics to startups

An old labmate asked me for my thoughts on interviewing (she just graduated with a PhD, and wanted my perspective on interviewing at a startup). I don’t feel like I’m an expert, but I’ve been through the PhD wars and … Continue reading

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Where’s Jeremy?

Content has been sparse here. I’ve been preoccupied with events out in the Big Room: I’ve taken on the role of Senior Computational Linguist at Quid, and my wife Dorothy and I are moving to Seattle. I’ll be returning to … Continue reading

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I bicycled to the Embarcadero early this morning to the start of the Bay to Breakers, and ran it (on foot, taking Muni back to the Embarcadero after) in a personal record time of 1:04:47 (last year: 1:14:04).  According to … Continue reading

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I’ve signed up for Bay to Breakers 2011 on Sunday. It’s the 100th Bay to Breakers race across San Francisco.  I’m in Corral C (criterion: 12km under 90 minutes), which isn’t pushing too hard. Unfortunately, at least one of the … Continue reading

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