I met my wife in high school. I had just turned 16. She was a small-statured shy blonde girl, and I was a goofy geek that would never shut up. Her name was Sarah, and little did I know that we’d go on to save each other’s lives.
I saw this video posted on Discord, and wanted to share it, as well as my thoughts on it.
If you like a nice relaxing game that has layers of hidden complexity, something different from almost any other game on steam, I recommend checking out Puzzle Pirates.
Midway points always cause me to reflect. Today is the longest day of the year – am I wasting it, or am I squandering it? Summers are an interesting time for a professor – I’ve got a huge block of unstructured time; do I relax or do I achieve new things? I know the answer […]
Electronics was going to be a life long hobby – but graduate school sort of killed it for me. I still LOVE teaching it, and sometimes I feel like I’m duping my students. It’s time to bring back EE as a hobby.
For the last several years the only time I’ve messed with Lego, I’ve been constructing a set that I bought according to instructions. I love throwing on a show and sitting down and vibing. But for Christmas – Santa got our daughter a big box of bricks. She’s not quite to the point where she […]
This book was written by Joe Abercrombie and first published in 2006 – I picked the book up recently because I remember one of my teachers reading it back in high school and him recommending it. So 11 years later, here I am. I consider this review to be spoiler free.
To try and change your system, what ever it may be, while under stress, will put you at a disadvantage. It is in times that your system is not needed, that you should build and mature it.
Like many of you, I’ve tried several different systems, and I’ve finally found something that works quite well for myself. The key idea is keeping track of your work and (literally) paying yourself.