# Category Archives: Futurism

## Weeknote for 6/14/2020

Math π I finished the prealgebra chapters. Last week completed the project month of June, and this week starts my version of the extra month of Sol. The OpenStax prealgebra book continues, but at that point its content overlaps with … Continue reading

## Weeknote for 10/13/2019

Conceptual modeling π I got through some Munzner reading and decided to pause and analyze what I’d seen so far, and I came up with some ideas that I haven’t recorded, but then I got sidetracked by other issues–the questions … Continue reading

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## Weeknote 9/22/2019

Work π I thought I was over my work hump, but I was mistaken, and the piles of ebooks are continuing for a few more weeks. I have ideas for making them more manageable in the future, partly by reworking … Continue reading

## Weeknote for 9/1/2019

Life maintenance Work π Last week was swallowed up by work, my final push to get this big pile of ebooks done, and it left me little time for anything else. This week my workload and schedule should be back … Continue reading

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## Weeknote for 8/25/2019

Car Selling π Sunday, the day after I’d replaced my car battery, my brakes went bad, so I had my car towed to my mechanic, who was able to look at them Tuesday, and it seemed the cause was a … Continue reading

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## Weeknote for 8/18/2019

Conceptual modeling π It’s a week late, but I posted v0.2.0 of my essay. The first version was a record of my existing, haphazard method of analysis. This one is the beginnings of a more intentional method based on my … Continue reading

## Weeknote for 6/16/2019

Coding project generator π I almost finished it, but I had to extend my deadline a little. I’ll write about it next week. Life maintenance π This week starts a new project month: Sol, the extra month in the middle … Continue reading

## Update for 11/18/2018

TV π Sunday my friend Tim made his customary visit, and we watched the first episode of the 1994Β Middlemarch miniseries to go with the book group I’m in at work. I was surprised at how well the episode captured the … Continue reading