Here’s what we’re reading with our morning bagel …
- A South Korean girl documents the process of leaving her culture and former identity behind to intern across the world in Washington, D.C. A fun read and a heartwarming photo essay on adventure and change.
- A Guardian (UK) writer and former NYU grad student posts a scathing critique of unpaid internships. This probably one of the more passionate arguments against them we’ve seen, and however you feel about the matter, it’s worth a gander.
- Becoming an entrepreneur is a thousand times harder than you think it is. And 2011 grads should go for it, according to Paul Kedrosky. Read this letter of admiration to those who decide to take the plunge and be their own boss.
- We’ve all been there: 3 a.m. the night before a report is due, and your computer flakes out catastrophically. Is it happening to you right now? Don’t panic — just read this list of computer remedies.