Twelve years from now, your future self is going to thank you for something you did today, for an asset you began to build, a habit you formed, a seed you planted.
Even if you’re not sure of where it will lead, today’s the day to begin.
That is exactly what I learnt the hard way!
And Jason in 2020 will thank me, because of what I do today.
Getting back to studies.
Putting in the time to do 12th, so won’t have time to do programming.
However programming is the goal, so I commit to putting an hour daily. Whether I finish a project is moot now after so many failures.
Ergo time is the only thing I can measure progress in.
An hour a day. For a hundred days.
Rather than doing something self directed, am following Talk Python’s, #100DaysOfCode in Python.
Today I watched the datetime videos.
That’s Day 1. Done :)
For folks who want to know how to memorise things effectively, I always pointed them to the Anki app and considered my job done.
While I will still point them to the app, my first port of call will be Nicky Case’s delightful new explorable mini site, “How To Remember Anything Forever-ish”
Been trying too long to host an RSS server that’d work with Reeder.
Too complicated and too janky for me as of now.
For now, I’m happy to let the pros handle it and will happily stick to FeedHQ.
Time will either increase my tech skills or make me content using web aggregators instead of dedicated clients.