I needed a name tag for the door of my dorm room in Hodge hall at Princeton Theological Seminary so I made the image above by recording my heart rate for approximately twelve hours and documenting my activities during the day on the image. Then, I wrote a little bit about my background and interests. I am happy to provide tutoring service to any person who needs them. Please contact me if you need help in learning. I am a kind person with a sense of humor that I acquired from my studies of the “hacking culture” of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. People who like to learn, colloquially referred to in American culture as “Nerds,” sometimes have a sense of humor. 😉
Notes: One observer of my new design stated, “I like how besides during the walk-gym-walk part, your heart rate is highest during [ the seminary class I am presently enrolled in entitled ] ‘Islam in America.'” Indeed, this is an important psychological, spiritual, and biological question.
On the evening of 10/8/2012, why did my heart rate increase during Islam in America?
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