This is where I would put something insightful if I were majoring in English or something like that. Unfortunately, the readers of this blog will have the dismay of reading the choppy and overly factual word barf that comes from the mouth of an engineer. My poetry consists of rhyming words like poop and dupe, and then giggling afterwards. Usually, I am the only one laughing. I guess this is what happens when you spend your first years of adulthood cooped up in a basement getting excited when you can program an FPGA to make a dot appear on a VGA. I certainly missed out on the complex social interaction involved with learning the intricacies of flip cup, beer pong, and the normal human conversation that goes along with these refined activities.
So, what am I doing here?
I wanted to start discussions about some of the things I have learned, and am still learning, in the field of engineering. I want to discuss scientific innovation, the process of relaying new ideas to society, and issues surrounding women in science and engineering. It seems there is endless fodder to induce my tumultuous word barf, so here I am.