The way I see it, as long as you have your eyes open, the world is rife with business and life opportunities. I've been involved in the business world ever since selling LED bulbs to my high school teachers. These are the stories of my business adventures and what I learned from them. My current ventures are secret, though.

Thoughts on Identity Verification

If you've ever been asked to upload a photo of your government ID to prove your identity, you've gone through an identity verification process. If you haven't, this is a screenshot of what Coinbase's process looks like. About a year ago, I was shocked to learn some companies still use…

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How LED Bulbs Illuminated My Life

I love LED lights. Anytime I see an LED light, I give a nod of approval. This is the story of how I became obsessed with LED lights. It all started at the University of Toronto science camp. Along with my brother and cousin, we scavenged any and all the…

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How Can We Write Smarter and Faster?

The way we write fundamentally hasn’t changed since the invention of the word processor. As an engineer bent on hyper-efficiency, that’s unacceptable. Obviously, there’s a reason writing hasn’t really changed. Let’s dive into why it hasn’t changed. Maybe Microsoft missed something… To start, we’…

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Imagining the Future of Toronto - The Ontario Place

Singapore has some of the most inspiring architecture I’ve ever seen. Seeing Gardens by the Bay, the Changi Jewel, and Park Royal on a recent trip to Singapore completely changed what I thought was possible. It blew away my Peterboroughian small-town expectations of what urban sprawl meant. In North…

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The Third Food Revolution

The bottom line: The first food revolution occurred when agriculture was first developed. It was local and small-scale. The second food revolution was global and large-scale, powered by machinery and chemicals. The third food revolution is local and small-scale. Food will become tastier, healthier, and will give back to the…

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