Thursday, September 02, 2004

Into the Home Stretch with a Long Weekend Ahead

Go Utes! I have been looking forward to that game all week. It is interesting how a little success can make fans out of the most unlikely people. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the game tonight. I am proud of my school, and my team. I have a lot to learn about football, but I think it is going to be a new hobby. Well... not playing, but watching.

On other fronts:

Yesterday I talked about the black box with regard to RPG programs. I still feel that way. I was only at work for half a day today as I had classes in the afternoon. The pressure is on to figure out this program, and without going into too much detail, I really need to get it solved. Hopefully tomorrow afternoon will prove worthwhile, and the problem can get solved shortly after labour day.

I am looking forward to the long weekend. It will give me time to really dig into some of the projects that I have been putting off. Hopefully I will actually manage to lock myself away long enough to get a good dent into some of them. Mainly I MUST work on the Discrete Structures homework, and it would be good if I made some progress on an ODE assignment involving the computer math system, Maple. I had originally hoped that Labour day would be a time to go on a photojourney, or maybe create my own for this blog. There may still be time. I will take each day as it comes.

In Discrete Structures we talked about circuit design today. Specifically we talked about how circuit design relates to Boolean algebra. It was really an interesting lecture. I think my appreciation for the computer increased about ten fold today. Somewhere in my mind I always knew that computers worked in base two, and that everything needed to come down to an on or an off I just hadn't ever really thought about it. Pretty amazing.

What a jumble this blog has turned out to be. From college football to circuit design, what more could you want!

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