Me just being me... being awesome.
I basically stopped using this after school stuff. May start coming back here and posting some info. Contemplating the idea at least.
It’s so far down the line, yet so close. How could I know what my 20’s are going to look like? Instead, I will say what I want my 20’s to look like. By the time I graduate, I would love to have made a variety of crazy engineering gadgets and be skilled in what I do. The economy will hopefully be back with many new job opportunities, even if I have a job by then. New and efficient energy sources besides fossil fuels will have better funding so that I can provide methods to utilize them. I’ll be ready to take on any problems the world can throw at me, and help create solutions for each and every last one. I will be a master engineer, and have experience outside of my field of work.
I find this article to be very informative, as well as important. Although the general news stations are doing some coverage of Japan and other important worldly events it seems that the attention dies down well before the problem is fixed. Japan is still under a lot of distress, there are still 15,000 people missing, and their nuclear situation is not yet stable. Japan needs more than a helping hand, it needs a helping body. Despite that, people think that enough has been done already and are now just observing how the situation goes from here on. This has happened before with other recent situations such as Haiti whose citizens are living in ‘tent cities’ that could be swept away by this year’s hurricanes, or the recent oil spill that is still not yet cleaned[alongside many other past oil spills]. Undoubtedly, there are even more problems in the world that still need to be dealt with. But just examining Japan’s situation, what more can be done to help them get back on their feet? Aftershocks are coming in repeatedly, it could be even possible for another Tsunami to hit.
Tip #1 - quickly closing a program if its probably going to crash or lag.
Ever been stuck waiting for a program to close after crashing? Even after opening task manager and clicking ‘end task’? Right click on the task and click goto process, then click end process. It should instantly or nearly instantly close the program.
If you don’t know how to open task manager it is [ Alt + Ctrl + Delete ] for windows.
There is no such thing as an ‘any key’. Press any key. Please do not ask someone where your any key is.
So I first heard this song when I was very little. Each time it plays I get a huge sense of peace and nostalgia, therefore it’s really the only thing that comes close to a song that has touched me.
Spring break has become an embedded necessity in the life of a college student. Originally it had started with a swim coach from Colgate University who decided to train his team at the first Florida Olympic sized pool called the Casino Pool during spring time in 1936(History). Meeting great success, the coach had decided to come back the following year intending to do the same thing. Fort Lauderdale used this as an opportunity decided to host the first College Coaches’ Swim Forum at the Casino Pool(History). Exponentially, more college students became attracted to this event especially after the opening of the Seabreeze Hotel(History). The tradition eventually became so popular that movies released about it, forever locking the legacy of spring break as a time to celebrate friends, beaches, fun, and often alcohol. Personally I spent the time to relax with friends, visit the beach, and study for classes. Although I had a lot of fun during spring break it could have been better without knowing that exams are just around the corner. Still, I give my thanks to that coach from Colgate University in 1936 for starting this wonderful tradition.
“Spring Break History @ CoolestSpringBreak.com.” Coolest Spring Break - Your On-Line Guide to Spring Break 2008. 2005. Web. 21 Mar. 2011
I lol’d hard
The future of colleges is definitely something that has not gone unconsidered, especially recently. This article is in agreement with a lot of my own personal beliefs, strongly on the point of brick and click universities. Basically there will be three types of colleges: Click [ online ], Brick [ physical school ], and brick & click. It is difficult to imagine removing the physical aspect learning of universities, the campus experience and everything else. An online course simply can not give the same educational environment that a university can. It is a unique and valuable experience to meet professors in person, to goto organization meetings, to meet up in study groups, to speak with other learning students of diverse or similar career paths, and to physically attend a school. Online classes can not give a student the same education as a brick university, the two feelings are totally different. However, the tools of the internet should definitely be implemented to assist in education.