Gabble On exists because I’m not a very good student. I didn’t have the patience for flashcards or quizzes in high school and I only have less patience now.
But that doesn’t mean I’ve given up on backpacking around the world and chatting merrily with locals along the way.
So linguistic scholars be damned, Gabble On is my way of learning. If you’ve ever browsed through a bilingual magazine on an international flight or if you’ve ever bought a foreign book you couldn’t quite read, this might be your way too. Heck, if you like to procrastinate by reading articles online, we have plenty in common too.
Ethan lives in New York and spends a lot of time eating, thinking about eating or staring at his world map, imagining places he might eat. By day he builds apps with a focus on education for clients, and by night he does the same on his pet project – Gabble On