It is that time of the year again, we are half-way through February and this is the time to step back into studies. I have been working since the 1st January, and will continue to do so. I just have a new strategy to help build the memory.
Taking note, I will begin with the subjects separated. That way we can see how the strategy works. After the first 2 subjects we will take the future subjects 2 at a time, then 3 at a time. Yeah, we study 3 subjects at a time (Functional Programming, Differential Geometry, and Real Analysis would be together for example).
As part of 2019, I want to regularly upload my YouTube videos. Last week we had an accidental stumbling block. Through the updates and adjustments I already use, it managed to break my Windows install. The drivers weren’t working correctly.
As part of the repairs, you do not have to worry at all. I have a fresh install with the latest drivers, like I am supposed to have. The unfortunate side is I spent some time recording 2 videos last week. It was when my computer thought it was a myth to be using my microphone.
With that, we now had to do something with the pre-recorded videos. Sure, I could start again as I save after every episode. That doesn’t feel completely correct, I should rather stick to only spending the time once to record.
Feb 4, 2019 / edg3 / Comments Off on The Gifts of Imperfection – Brene Brown
As you may remember, one of my challenges this year is to “read a novel every month”. I figure this is completely in the incorrect direction, however, please bear with me. A novel is “typically representing character and action with some degree of realism”. Sure, that is missing being “fictitious”, I just couldn’t decide which novel to read. It fits the rules to read something every month, no matter how intense it happens to be.
I figured I should fall back to something I wanted to read years ago. Don’t get me wrong, like roughly 5 years ago. Everyone has stumbling blocks in terms of what they can do perfectly. This can be in terms of consistency, for the easy example, as I nearly didn’t read my first “book a month”. I figured it may as well be the place I start this years challenges.