Kade's advice is simple: plan more, go slower.
Are you excited yet? Here's our discussion:
- I mentioned the book Freakonomics, specifically the chapter that talks about how our childrens' names can affect their lives. Here's a Freakonomics podcast episode where they discuss a similar topic.
- I also mentioned an episode of the Radiolab podcast that talks about music. Part of the episode mentions that speakers of tonal languages, such as Mandarin, are much more likely to have perfect pitch than speakers of non-tonal languages, such as English.
Kade told a story about his visit to the DMZ in North Korea. Here's a picture that I took from the building he was in (the Panmungak building), facing south. The center of the blue buildings marks the border between North and South Korea. The military in this picture are all North Korean.
Here's Katie sitting at the table where the Korean Armistice Agreement was signed on July 27, 1953.
And finally, here's a picture of the North Korean military guarding the Joint Security Area. Technically, they are standing in South Korea.