G’day! As of this Odin’s Wife’s Day, I’ve had a good week, spending some time as a night owl while working on study notes into the wee hours of the morning for the past few days and on this post as well. It feels awesome to actually get something useful done… I suppose that’s just my brain chemically rewarding me for adaptive behavior, but let’s not get too self-congratulatory…
There has been much podcast watching and listening going on, with my review of Kylie Sturgess‘ program, Token Skeptic, posted this Sunday. DO check out her show — she’s got a good combination of great topics and interesting guests. I’ve also been listening to The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe, and the New York City Skeptics’ show and the blog Rationally Speaking, both worth separate entries of their own — Soon, soon my pretties, I shall post something on them… BwaHaHaHa!
Lecture-watching and note-taking is finally completed for my Critical Reasoning course, so I’ll be going back over those in study on the weekend. Time was also spent working on the images and screenshots of the Mandelbulber setting tabs for a tutorial planned for next week, though I apologize for not getting off my backside and finishing the redux of the How to Argue post I’ve got pending. I still must complete the logic tables and full text for that one, and then arrange both so I don’t run into the glaring completeness problems of the first release — Not very reader-friendly, I’ll say!
There’s writing to be done this weekend, so that and study shall occupy much of my available time, though I’ll try to squeeze in a bit of work on my online projects as well. I’ve engaged in a bit of silliness by watching Despicable Me, which was… entertaining… despite being a kid’s movie — I suspect some of the humor in the cultural references would go over many children though, especially the ’70s disco stuff.
Also posted on various sites there is,
Warp Drives may be More Realistic Than Previously Thought — Maybe…We’ll see…
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