I started March particularly well with a presentation on SVA and voices for our team’s brown bag session, a trip to Taiwan on the second week, and a system deployment for work–but technically I wasn’t the one who deployed it so let’s not delve into this. But hey, who’s asking?
Apart from the usual ‘I-saw-Nietzsche-I-clicked’ habit, that the meaning of education varies from one person to another, generation to another is very interesting. It banks on what people deem is important. An example is having a stable source of income–does this require an MA? PhD? When a person values self growth, are these titles even necessary?
Appearing busy is not tantamount to being productive and I wish people could give this more thought. And yes, I do tend to stick to plans I have made for myself more than the plans people have for me– not exactly a behavior a rank-and-file employee must have. I still stand by my idea that for every hour I spend for work, I must not hesitate to use 5-10 minutes for myself.
National Procrastination Week (NationalDayCalendar)
…first two weeks in March or when it is convenient.WHO WOULDN’T LIKE TO OBSERVE THIS?
I simply need a reason to add some manga volumes to my Goodreads 2019 Finished Reading list. That aside, I do love Calvin and Hobbes– I still have that notebook I used in the university with the newspaper strip on it.
It would be a very interesting world indeed. The concept of lying has always fascinated me that I even wrote about a ペテン師(petenshi/ trickster) here.
This BBC Reel just made me realize that apart from a potted cactus, my table needs an hourglass.
This month, I finished Ready Player One and just to give a snap review: I prefer the movie’s Wade but the book’s plot was waaaaaaay better. I didn’t intend to compare the book and the movie – I always think it’s foolish yet unavoidable to to do so – but I merely stated my preference.
‘Til next month, folks.