Sean Li is a trader in New York City. He previously went to Cornell University (BA Mathematics, 2014). Before that, he lived in Austin, TX.

This is a blog of random things.

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10 thoughts on “About”

  1. A few things:
    My response to #32 is: Freedom.

    I think that you should buy a book of koans and go around speaking as such. It’s good mind exercise. Wikipedia link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C5%8Dan

    I greatly enjoy following your blog. Although I would like to start my own, I am too lazy to actually commit to one.

    Consider me for a(n) apprentice/disciple/follower/minion for varied interests. Please.


    1. Haha Charlie, thanks for the flattery.

      I actually do enjoy reading Zen koans a lot. There are some funny ones in Gödel, Escher, Bach.

      For the apprentice/disciple/follower/minion thing, check your email. 😀


  2. I admire your brilliance. I’m a freshman in high school and hope to change the world someday. I aspire to be a person of intelligence, who will change the course of history. Please e-mail me back. If I ever do something in the world someday, I can let people know that I knew you.


  3. Hi Sean, I enjoyed reading your post about Jooyeon & religion (did I spell that correctly?). I can relate to that from what I experienced at my college as well. I also enjoyed reading your 107 points, and an interesting thought came to mind…

    In the interest of 9, would you be willing to put 77 & 78 into practice? If so, I invite you to a 68.

    Let me know if you’d like to try 🙂


        1. I feel that this would depend heavily on what one considers to be the meaning of life.

          I’m not sure how I would answer this. Leaning more towards no than yes though.


  4. Hi, I am currently a high school junior in LA. I read some of your posts, and found that most of your view points are akin to mine. I am also an INTP with a genuine interest in math just for the sake of math. Your blog is very inspiring and generates a refreshing oasis in the desert of banalities of some of the surrounding masses. Please, consider me a avid follower of your interesting school of miscellaneous thoughts.


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