Falling In Love With Santa Rosa Island

Last week, I had a wonderful—and not to mention, rare—opportunity to visit Santa Rosa Island; one of the famous California channel islands. Admittedly, it is immensely difficult to put words to the incredible experience. It easily made the #1 spot on my list of favorite travel destinations. Notably, this was also my first time camping. […]

Tales from DEN

It appears I have a bit of time on my hands — a rare occurrence this post will address. This morning I awoke to the sound of an alarm I set much too close to the time I should depart from San Jose — typical. My wonderful husband rushes me out the door, arriving at […]


If I were an employer, I’d pay close attention to the classes of 2020 and 2021. What sets us apart from the rest won’t be our grades, our class rankings, our impressive lists of internships, nor our ability to marathon a semester’s worth of Zoom lectures in a day. It will be our raw, unrelenting […]

Friday Tech Policy Round-up (1/15/2021)

A round-up of tech policy reads/podcasts I’ve been following throughout the week Section 230 Section 230 Year-in-Review for 2020: https://blog.ericgoldman.org/archives/2021/01/section-230-year-in-review-for-2020.htm We need Section 230 now more than ever: https://www.protocol.com/we-need-section-230-now The future of Section 230 and internet speech after Trump: https://www.latimes.com/business/technology/story/2021-01-13/the-future-of-section-230-and-internet-speech-after-trump?_amp=true&__twitter_impression=true Dear President Biden: You Should Save, Not Revoke Section 230:https://privpapers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3765247 People Who Understand Section 230 […]

Why I Left Facebook

This post might seem kind of odd after last night’s celebratory post. I dedicate so much of my time and energy to talking about why the Internet is so special and wonderful. But sometimes the Internet can also be brutal and unforgiving. That’s not to say that Facebook is “the Internet” but obviously social media, […]

Celebrating 2020

I wasn’t actually planning on doing a celebration post. Like many of you, I’ve been trying so hard to forget 2020. But, here we are. After yet another one of my famous fork-in-the-road existential crisis calls with my law school advisor tonight, I was reminded that though 2020 has felt like an absolute dumpster fire, […]