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Month: Feb 2019

Starting Studying

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.

The First Subject

The Strategy

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).

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Let’s Start Voices

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.

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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.

You can get it on Amazon for yourself.

January 2019’s Book

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.

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