Nicholas Provenghi

Internet Wonderkid
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Meet Nick

Hey there… again.

Congrats on finding the about page. You deserve to get to know me a little bit better, and I’m happy to make that happen.

The Professional Third-Person Aficionado

Born in El Paso, TX in 1996, Nicholas showed promise at a young age, testing into second grade at the age of five. While graduating high school at 16 would’ve put him into a semi-outstanding category of students, Nick’s parents put him one year ahead, leading to him graduating at 17, immediately into an unsure future. Dabbling in international business and graphic design for a while, he ended up at the University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson, TX in August 2015, and flourished. By the end of his collegiate career, he’d earned a 3.3 GPA, a managerial position at the campus student-run magazine, a position as a college radio DJ, entrance into numerous professors’ good graces, and, most importantly, a Bachelor’s degree in Emerging Media and Communication.

The 24-Year Old Wonderkid

Obviously, I’m not just a collection of decently-impressive academic accomplishments; while those might be important, it’s also worth noting these fun facts:

  • I’m the third of four kids, all of whom have done some pretty cool things. But, as a middle child, I had to do things exceptionally well to stand out. Which I did.
  • My one progeny is my five-year old cat, Kepler, and I would fight an army for him.
  • Since 2014, I’ve been an out and proud queer man. The experience of coming out and being out is one that I value deeply, and my identity is a huge inspiration to my work.
  • One day, my homemade cold brew will put Starbucks out of business.

Cyberstalk Me!

While I poured my heart, soul, and cookies into this website, it’s not my only online presence, not by a long shot! Find me at:

  • Twitter, @wonderkid_nick for all the Hot Takes of the Day.
  • LinkedIn, /nicholas-provenghi, where you can find more of my skills and things I find interesting in the career-sphere (my second favorite sphere, after the atmo-).
  • E-Mail me directly to get in touch with me about opportunities I can fill, questions I can answer, or things that you need to sell.

i'm not sure if there's a piece of media that i can point to as such a clear example of my specific experience of nostalgia as this video that i just found today

everything about this video about "wannabe" and the legacy of the spice girls is excellent, but the discussion about the commodification of feminist ideas and the ramifications thereof is absolutley fascinating

Remember: Algorithmic timelines, like Facebook uses & Twitter wants, means people see what you have to say only if it suits Facebook's goals. Those goals *may* be purely commercial, but it's still censorship. It means but you're no longer allowed to express yourself as *you* want

Kevin Snow@bravemule

twitter phasing out the chronological timeline is an obvious conspiracy to bury my tweets about kamen rider

i finally did the/a thing! like every pseudo-intellectual millennial wannabe thinkpiecer, i've started a substack. check it out and hopefully it'll turn into something fun to spice up your inbox

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