I know I’m atrocious about blogging new projects, but better late than never, right? Anyways, last month I worked with Wesley Zhao and another Penn freshman (Dan Shipper) on The Grim Tweeper, which lets you cycle through your list people you’re following and decide to “kill” or “keep” them (unfollow or keep following?). At first I was skeptical–why wouldn’t you just go through your following list? But then I realized that by adding some more …
I'm Tess Rinearson, a sophomore at Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science.
In the past, I attended the University of Pennsylvania (for a year) and worked at Microsoft (for a summer) and Valve Software. (for a different summer). Somewhere in between all of this, I worked at CloudMine (for a semester) and went to a lot of hackathons.
I like to write about a lot of things. I write especially regularly on tech and feminism--sometimes at the same time.
Follow me on Twitter: @temiri
How to Reinforce Impostor Syndrome (September 2012)
On Technical Entitlement (June 2012)
How to Get a Kickass Internship as a High School Student (August 2012)