Month: January 2018

Stumbling and Bumbling through Goals.

I had a minor goal today of finishing the first video for my live logging year challenge. I missed that goal but only because of time and a general lack of skill in the new endeavors that I tackle. That’s fine, I’m going to publish it tomorrow. Perhaps over the course of lunch. And then my journey will begin. Perhaps I’ll even post another video later that night and get back on t...[Read More]

Fear and Futility

Sometimes I find myself up against a challenge that gets me truly vexed. Getting my PC to work properly after reformatting has been a wild ride. It has been three decades since I arrived on this Earth, two thirds of those I’ve spent having a computer of some fashion. For twenty years there has not been a single time that reinstalling windows on a fresh HDD has lead to problems. Fast forward ...[Read More]

Restless Limbs

This year one of my new goals is to have a better sleep schedule. After I finish this post I’m going to go shower, read a bit of the Hobbit, and go to sleep. Everyone seems to say they’ll get more sleep at some point in their life and I would imagine that most people don’t. It’s a lot harder than it was when I was a kid. Everything is bright and glowing now. The world is lo...[Read More]

Learning Python

Holy cow. It’s been a while since I’ve tried to learn a new language. Have you ever glanced at Python? This is a beast of a language, pun both not and actually intended. Just, damn. That’s terrifying. Luckily, Visual Studio can handle Python. I’ve yet to figure out how to create a Python project with VS but it’ll come in the next day or two. But the difference between...[Read More]

Beast Mastery Challenge – Failiure from Success

I finished the challenge mode for Beast Mastery Hunter today. I believe this was also the first day I started trying to complete it in the first place. And yet, a few dozen attempts stood between me and finishing it. A grand total of a few hours likely. I don’t hate challenges, in many ways I enjoy them. I tend to crank game difficulty to max and whenever there is a trophy for completing a g...[Read More]

Why it is so difficult to have a Utopia.

A quick musing on why its just so gosh darn difficult to have a pleasant world.

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