Hi, I’m Kabir! I’m studying computing and design at Berkeley, serving on the Alumni Leadership Council of the Conrad Foundation, and writing my newsletter, Kabir Talks About Stuff.
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Why don’t more apps leverage programming experience?
And a cognitive science reading list.
It appears they forgot to renew their domain. Oops.
A Great Stuff short.
Advice from Cal Newport’s “How to Become a Straight-A Student”
Simplify your layout code with this one weird trick.
Making it easier to style my new web projects.
“A most judicious choice, sire.”
My highlights from this week's reading, The Elephant in the Brain.
An essay about lessons learned from lines and lemonade.
An essay on the hidden world of design.
And why it's important to figure out what you value.
An essay about the gaps in our introductions and how to do better.
An exploration of politics and tech.
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