The Angry Therapist who has helped thousands of men find more happiness in their relationships and more purpose in their lives now shares his insights with everyone in this powerful guide—self-help in a shotglass—covering essential topics, from vulnerability and posturing to workouts and women.

Deep in post-divorce soul searching, John Kim came to an astonishing realization: he was a miserable f*ck who might just be to blame for the problems in his life. Armed with this new insight, he began The Angry Therapist blog—an admission that, while he was a licensed therapist and life coach, he was no better than the people who sought his advice. In his first post, “My Fucking Feelings,” he wrote about the struggles and shortcomings that had led him to this point. As his work caught on, catapulting him into the role of unlikely and unconventional guide for thousands of people all over the world, Kim evolved from behaving like a boy to living like a man—and showed his clients how to do so as well.

In I Used to Be a Miserable F*ck, Kim delivers the dos and don’ts for stepping up and into manhood, which he defines by transparency and strength of character, not six-pack abs or a corner office. With his signature no-nonsense approach that will make you laugh and think, Kim takes you on a rugged, rough and tumble road trip of self-exploration and discovery, sharing his wisdom and insights, such as why:

Being nice is for boys, and being kind is for menScheduling man dates could make you a better friend, lover, and human beingPeeing in the shower is a sign of a larger problemArguing, judging, and answering, “I dunno” are keeping you from a healthy relationship, a great career, and a happy life

We are not born men. We are born boys. The transition from misery to meaning is an internal process that requires work: reflection, pain, courage, and sometimes, a rebirth. Kim knows because he’s been there. The truth is, men weren’t meant to just pay bills and die. With this book as your guide, you will love hard, walk tall, and find a life filled with purpose and passion.

Datacenter networks provide the communication substrate for large parallel computer systems that form the ecosystem for high performance computing (HPC) systems and modern Internet applications. The design of new datacenter networks is motivated by an array of applications ranging from communication intensive climatology, complex material simulations and molecular dynamics to such Internet applications as Web search, language translation, collaborative Internet applications, streaming video and voice-over-IP. For both Supercomputing and Cloud Computing the network enables distributed applications to communicate and interoperate in an orchestrated and efficient way. This book describes the design and engineering tradeoffs of datacenter networks. It describes interconnection networks from topology and network architecture to routing algorithms, and presents opportunities for taking advantage of the emerging technology trends that are influencing router microarchitecture. With the emergence of "many-core" processor chips, it is evident that we will also need "many-port" routing chips to provide a bandwidth-rich network to avoid the performance limiting effects of Amdahl's Law. We provide an overview of conventional topologies and their routing algorithms and show how technology, signaling rates and cost-effective optics are motivating new network topologies that scale up to millions of hosts. The book also provides detailed case studies of two high performance parallel computer systems and their networks. Table of Contents: Introduction / Background / Topology Basics / High-Radix Topologies / Routing / Scalable Switch Microarchitecture / System Packaging / Case Studies / Closing Remarks
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Long considered a fixture of late-night television in America, Conan O'Brien has managed to captivate millions of viewers with his active and spontaneous hosting style, which has been characterized as “awkward, self-deprecating humor.” Conan O’Brien has been transformed from the high school student newspaper editor to the optimistic Harvard grad who headed out west in search for writing gigs in the entertainment industry, and finally to the public figure who was able to effectively leverage his writing talents to become a TV show host who easily connects to the audiences both on stage and at home.

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John currently resides in San Francisco and has three years of experience in the medical device industry as well as over a year of academic research experience at Stanford University. He holds a BS in Biomedical Engineering from University of Southern California. John is currently a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University studying for a MS in Biotechnology on a remote basis. He follows very closely the recent developments in the venture capital arena, as he is an aspiring entrepreneur himself. In his spare time, he enjoys working out at the gym as well as playing basketball. John also loves to travel around the world every chance he can get.

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Conan O’Brien’s road to fame began gradually after working for several years as a TV writer and moving on to become a TV show host. While on a writers’ strike from Saturday Night Live following the 1987-88 season, O'Brien put on an improvisational comedy revue called Happy Happy Good Show with fellow SNL writers Bob Odenkirk and Robert Smigel in Chicago. In 1989, O'Brien and other SNL writers received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy or Variety Series. Moreover, O'Brien occasionally appeared as an extra in sketches,

like many SNL writers. Among his most notable appearances was as a doorman in a sketch in which Tom Hanks was inducted into the SNL “Five-Timers Club” for hosting his fifth episode.

Another important milestone of O’Brien’s career was his stint as a writer and producer for The Simpsons from 1991 to 1993. He was an active producer during seasons 4 and 5 (1992-93), as he would frequently contribute to scripts as well as come up with story ideas, plot points, and jokes. The style of the show's comedy during this period was also influenced by his sensibilities; for example, the episode “Marge vs. the Monorail” was cited by several former writers as the turning point in the show's history where more absurd and visual comedy became acceptable. In his Harvard Class Day speech, O’Brien credited The Simpsons with pulling him out of his career slump

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This volume is the result of an international collaboration, which started with a conference at Smadalaro Gfrrd in Sweden. The workshop was supported by the National Science Foundation of the USA (INT-9215114) and by the Swedish National Road Administration, the Swedish Council for Building Research, the Swedish Transport and Communications Research Board and the Swedish Council for Planning and Coordination of Research. This support is gratefully acknow ledged. The collaboration started as a bilateral u.S.-Swedish endeavour but was soon widened to other scholars in Europe, Asia, Australia and South-America. Network Infrastructure and the Urban Environment is a policy area of growing importance. Sustainable cities and sustainable transport systems are necessary for attaining a sustainable development. The research and policy field, represented in this volume, comprises a number of challenging contrasts: - the contrast between infrastructure investments, mobility and environmental sustainability; - the contrast between policy contexts, modelling traditions and available decision support systems in various parts of the world; - the contrast between available best practice methods and the majority of models applied in planning; the contrast between static models of cross-sectionary equilibria and dynamic models of disequilibrium adjustments; and the contrast between state-of-the-art operationalland-use/transport models and new demands for land-use/transportlenvironment models due to changing policy contexts. Bridging some of these gaps constitutes important research tasks, that are discussed in the twenty-two chapters of this book. A number of emerging research directions are identified in the introduction and summary chapter.
The connections between economics, planning, and the environment are receiv ing increased attention among scholars and policy makers in many countries. The common denominator among these three variables is the earth's life support sys tems, the ecosystems on which the world depends. When we describe our physi cal surroundings as a collection of possible uses, we are establishing linkages between economics, planning, and the environment. Because possible alternative uses compete with each other, and conflicts arise over scarce land resources, the varying environmental impacts of alternative uses are major concerns for the cur rent as well as the next generation. How to achieve sustainable development is the pressing question for today's environmental professionals. Environmental planners and engineers help us study the implications of our choices, and new technologies and techniques that improve the practice of environmental planning should enhance our ability to protect our future. The depletion of the earth's natural resources and loss of biodiversity, the deg radation of air, land, and water quality, the accumulation of greenhouse gases leading to changes in our climate, and the depletion of the ozone layer comprise only a partial list of environmental issues that concern our policy makers. To sup port their decisions, environmental planning must be a multidimensional and multidisciplinary activity that incorporates social, economic, political, geograph ical, and technical factors. Solutions for problems in these areas frequently re quire not only numerical analyses but also heuristic analyses, which in turn depend on the intuitive judgements of planners and engineers.
Morning Calm (the Korean Peninsula) is a concealed microcosm of the world tweaked and a wide-open miniature of the world divided. From the outside, this Calm Land has been called a miraculously leaped-up nation defeating the ghost of the Korean War. But inside, there have been buckets of unimaginable inhumanity and irrationality, among which were smashed bodies by tanks, people who were tortured to death by prison guards in the North, the deflowered women by Japanese Imperialist troops, the U.S officers hacked by the Red, and a Korean woman lanced by a U.S soldier in the blood ally South Korea. Extreme conflicts between politicians, Chaebol and labor workers, the poor and the rich, the young and the old, splashes in the religious groups, men and women, disputes over mandatory military service, are also vividly described. Anyway, most of all, Anti-Americanism that gradually got heated through several decades distinctively began to settle down for some reasons, while Pro-Japan that contributed to the collapse of Morning Calm to Japanese Imperialism, which ripped off the skin of peace in the Pacific and East Asia, raping and beheading the innocent residents, is going to run amok in Korea again. So people need to know why these treacherous trends are hazardous to Asia, the U.S and Western countries, too. The world villagers used to say, "If a third world war break out in some places, where could be the Korean Peninsula." There have been not so many opposite opinions about it, putting Middle East incidents as just skirmishes. As much, Morning Calm is the land not only of Korea, but of the powerhouses, including the U.S, China, Japan, Russia, the U.K, France, and Germany altogether.
In addition, some intertwined problems must be resolved sooner or later before the Kim's North rapidly collapses down. But, the inner puzzles would not be put together easily; Seoul and locals, duels in the sports corrals, and the chronic pain between Julla and Kyungsang provinces,so-called, the cats at the loggerheads with the dogs. Those issues have not been frequently addressed to the outside, because it has been thought just as a kind of household matter. That much, Morning Calm has existed under the cloak of concealing something false and true deep inside, but, which can explode and sink down under the water, if not proper cures from inside or outside are provided. As the Sewol ferry boat went down, this Calm Land can follow her track, too.
Meanwhile, what really matters is the Korean Peninsula is becoming a clock bomb drawing and embracing the Far East and the Western Countries closer to the center of turbulence. So here, I sincerely ask all the world neighbors to pay more attentions to Morning Calm, and hustle to give your hands to cure this peninsula, which is out of hands of itself that has been always subdued with self-satisfaction and gestures like living in a narcissism mode. Once again to remind you, my readers, willy-nilly, this Morning Calm became not just a small country, but a tremendously wide and big black hole and tinder box that can swallow up the peace and prosperity that are tightly tied to the bodies of powerhouses. So I hope that my readers can take your plenty of time to read this book one page at a time and feel the throbbing tensions in a Calm Land.
Lastly, I am grateful for his technical assistance, C.S.Hong, and sharing precious opinions with me, B.J.Lee.
Datacenter networks provide the communication substrate for large parallel computer systems that form the ecosystem for high performance computing (HPC) systems and modern Internet applications. The design of new datacenter networks is motivated by an array of applications ranging from communication intensive climatology, complex material simulations and molecular dynamics to such Internet applications as Web search, language translation, collaborative Internet applications, streaming video and voice-over-IP. For both Supercomputing and Cloud Computing the network enables distributed applications to communicate and interoperate in an orchestrated and efficient way. This book describes the design and engineering tradeoffs of datacenter networks. It describes interconnection networks from topology and network architecture to routing algorithms, and presents opportunities for taking advantage of the emerging technology trends that are influencing router microarchitecture. With the emergence of "many-core" processor chips, it is evident that we will also need "many-port" routing chips to provide a bandwidth-rich network to avoid the performance limiting effects of Amdahl's Law. We provide an overview of conventional topologies and their routing algorithms and show how technology, signaling rates and cost-effective optics are motivating new network topologies that scale up to millions of hosts. The book also provides detailed case studies of two high performance parallel computer systems and their networks. Table of Contents: Introduction / Background / Topology Basics / High-Radix Topologies / Routing / Scalable Switch Microarchitecture / System Packaging / Case Studies / Closing Remarks

The Angry Therapist who has helped thousands of men find more happiness in their relationships and more purpose in their lives now shares his insights with everyone in this powerful guide—self-help in a shotglass—covering essential topics, from vulnerability and posturing to workouts and women.

Deep in post-divorce soul searching, John Kim came to an astonishing realization: he was a miserable f*ck who might just be to blame for the problems in his life. Armed with this new insight, he began The Angry Therapist blog—an admission that, while he was a licensed therapist and life coach, he was no better than the people who sought his advice. In his first post, “My Fucking Feelings,” he wrote about the struggles and shortcomings that had led him to this point. As his work caught on, catapulting him into the role of unlikely and unconventional guide for thousands of people all over the world, Kim evolved from behaving like a boy to living like a man—and showed his clients how to do so as well.

In I Used to Be a Miserable F*ck, Kim delivers the dos and don’ts for stepping up and into manhood, which he defines by transparency and strength of character, not six-pack abs or a corner office. With his signature no-nonsense approach that will make you laugh and think, Kim takes you on a rugged, rough and tumble road trip of self-exploration and discovery, sharing his wisdom and insights, such as why:

Being nice is for boys, and being kind is for menScheduling man dates could make you a better friend, lover, and human beingPeeing in the shower is a sign of a larger problemArguing, judging, and answering, “I dunno” are keeping you from a healthy relationship, a great career, and a happy life

We are not born men. We are born boys. The transition from misery to meaning is an internal process that requires work: reflection, pain, courage, and sometimes, a rebirth. Kim knows because he’s been there. The truth is, men weren’t meant to just pay bills and die. With this audiobook as your guide, you will love hard, walk tall, and find a life filled with purpose and passion.

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