Princeterns Part I

Part I: Dunkin' Donuts on the Jersey side, 25 degrees and o'dark hundred outside. Today I'm hosting two Princeton University undergrads in a very short-term internship program designed to give students an overall feel for the dynamic range of real-world applications of whatever they're learning, whether Comparative Literature or Computer Science. I wanted to offer to support a Comparative Literature major, and talk about blogging, news reporting, and how the literary canon reflects the social norms of its times, but I think I'm going to get just as much info from the interns as they will meeting with fellow Sun employees, customers and getting the nickel tour of midtown NYC.

Time to beat some of the Lincoln Tunnel traffic.

Comments:

Sounds like your own "open doors" event. Very cool!

Posted by Larry on January 28, 2008 at 03:23 AM EST #

Hopefully your interns will learn to do more with their life than just bounce around an organization and name-drop their college all over a blog.

Posted by Bouncy Ball on January 28, 2008 at 11:45 AM EST #

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