Nathan Hwang

08 – A Year in Review

It’s about that time of year again, when our culture collectively reflects on the past year. Or gets raging drunk, but I’m not doing that this New Years Eve. So, what happened? Got an internship at a “real” company, instead of applying for research positions like I had done the years previous. I started applying […]

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07 – Metapost: Looking back on the first leg of a forced march

If I don’t review, then there’s really no point in keeping up the writing: hence, a brief look back and attempt at picking apart my writing. The Reluctant Gamer A bit forced: the paragraph containing “all work and no play” could have been cut, but I wanted to include every phrase I thought might be […]

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06 – The Middle

I remember hiking through the woods, alone. Which is somewhat surprising, because I was part of a big group of Boy Scouts, which started off hiking through the wilderness in single file. Then those faster pulled ahead, and the slower ones fell behind, and I eventually found myself trekking through quiet glades without a soul […]

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05 – Winter Break Game Reviews

I previously said that I would finish off LIMBO and then start doing productive things: this turned out to be a false statement. Instead, it turns out that I wanted to game a bit harder than that (and Steam sales are crazy), and hence broke some of the self-imposed constraints that I detailed in the […]

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04 – Intentionality

That. I lack it. There’s a part of me that whines that I don’t have any basis for saying this, that I need more data before I start flinging these thoughts and applying them to myself, but I think I’m getting better at seeing myself justify in real-time (who came up with rationalization as a […]

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