I actually studied Psychology in Harvard,not Computer Science. Although a little bit of Computer Science. I've been programming since I was ten. And I think that it kind of like went, reach the point where went into my intuition.
I'm not really thinking that much about it consciously
. So that was pretty good. And then, I mean when I started thinking about all the people issues and doing Psychology
, it was like being in the university interact
ing with a lot of people, that it kind of occurred to me that this would be something I was interested in, and like I knew how to do it so I just do it. I mean, it took me like a couple of weeks here, even less, putting together the site.
And I remember that by the time I was done putting together the site. I had no idea how successful it could be. And I was actually thinking that after day in and day out. I had a different idea that I wanted to do, and I was going to scrap it after that. So I'm happy that I didn't do that. So I think that it's more like how you spend your time doing stuff
type of question, or type of answer than like something that I've learned specifically from college.
I made a ton of random things when I was at Harvard and most of them no one ever saw. A lot of them just weren't meant for other people to see. And there are thing that I made for myself because I thought they'll be cool. I used to make stuff like the natural language interface
to play my MP3s. Or a thing I made before, this was a Hot or Not program out of everyone's IDs at Harvard, that almost got me kicked out.
我在哈佛的时候编了很多各式各样的程序，大多数都没有人见过，因为那都是为我自己做的，我为自己编程序，因为我觉得那很有意思。我为我的MP3做了一个自然语言界面，之前还用哈佛每个人的ID做过一个类似Hot or Not的网站，我因此差点被哈佛开除。
So I don't know, I actually spent a long time making random
stuff. I think that that definitely
made it. So by the time it came, more like, by the time I came to meet this random project. I was pretty well tuned toward making that, you know in terms of managing this whole process, nothing. Like I have no idea what I'm doing, you know.