Monthly Archives: August 2020

Weeknote for 8/23/2020

For having done so little, I sure have a lot to say. Productivity 😐 A temporal black hole passed through my week. It’s the only explanation for where the time went and how little I got done. I suppose there’s … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 8/16/2020

Health 🤔 My immune-suppressing prednisone level is low, but I’m still avoiding indoor crowds. This is mostly to avoid possibly delaying my ulcerative colitis treatments at the hospital, which would happen if I exposed myself to known or suspected cases … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 8/9/2020

Math 🤔 I feel more motivated to study math. Thanks to David Tall and some handily organized course descriptions from California State University, I found out that I won’t get to the interesting, formal mathematics I’ve been waiting for till … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 8/2/2020

Health 🤔 I’m researching new medications. My Remicade infusion on Monday seems to have worked this time, and my flare-up has calmed down immensely. But my doctor made the good point that new medications have come out since I started … Continue reading

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