So. Much. Studying. I feel like the bulk of my life was spent on academia. You know, learning how to learn. I chose to pursue Electrical Engineering, which didn’t feel quite right. So I went ahead and got my Master’s degree on it just to make sure that it really isn’t for me. As of today, I’m still not sure. But what I did find out is this: I love learning through projects, by making.
It’s rewarding to see one of your prototypes at work, but getting to that moment is painful. Building something from nothing literally takes a lot of time. The cycle of implementing and debugging until it works is frustrating at best. Yet I still push forward because every hurdle is a lesson waiting to be learned. And overcoming all the hurdles brings you to the goal of a (kindda) completed project.
I like cute and cool looking things. Someday I’d like to marry them together and have something like chibi chihuahuas wearing mecha armor. In the meantime, I’m just drawing random doodles/comics as some sort of a journal.
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Damn, it skipped another month. The time dilation transducer saturated somehow. There’s still more work to be done to get this chronosphere working properly. Anyways, last month was pretty uneventful. I took a week off to get rejuvinated, but I don’t feel rejuvenated at all. I said to myself, “I’ll be so productive this week and generate some content!” That didn’t happen. I just ended up moving things around my home and lazed around scrolling through my phone ad nauseum. In the end, it was still a good pause from the grind. Going back to work...
Venturing the unknown!
Started creating art and prototypes :]
Diagnosed with advanced glaucoma and vasculitis
Freed from the shackles of Academia!
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