It’s been ten weeks since I graduated from the University of Oregon and 9 weeks since I started my internship at about.me. I can easily say that this has been the fastest 10 weeks of my life.
What’s happened in the last 10 weeks:
I live in San Francisco now?
I went to Ikea for the first time in my life and successfully built all my own furniture.
Met the about.me team.
Worked with the about.me team.
Analyzed user survey responses and stats.
Went to my first Giants game with the about.me team.
Started Code Academy-ing like a mad man.
Got parking tickets.
Talked start-ups and life with Ryan Freitas.
Spent Fourth of July at a BBQ with the internet (i.e. people who work for all the apps we use and love (Instagram, Path, Twitter… it was crazy)
Got more parking tickets.
Blogged here a ton.
E-Mailed Olympians and delivered a marketing campaign around them.
Met up with Tony Conrad.
Met the creator of Gumroad.
Worked on assets displayed on mail.aol.com.
Went to a happy hour at LaunchRock and got told to go to Start-up Weekend.
Pitched Start-Up Weekend, recruited a team and got third place.
Visited local career centers and explained about.me to them.
Volunteered at the Facebook CrunchUp.
Supported about.me users, shared their pages via Facebook, Tumblr and Pinterest.
Got rid of my car.