5:30 – 7:00 at BA1130. I am _so_ going to be there.
<cancels everything else on her schedule>
I’ve been struggling to figure out exactly how graduate school and my
courses fit into The Great Scheme of Things, and I think I’ve just
figured out exactly how to motivate myself. =)
I’m going to look at my reading course as a series of blogging
assignments. Because I’m in grad school, I have the time and resources
to dig through academic papers and books that most people won’t even
hear about. Whee! I found my value-added niche!
- Michael D. Pollock of Solostream complimented me on my writing based
on the Linux Journal article I sent him. “Wow,” he said.
- Mark Chignell (research supervisor) scheduled a meeting with me
tomorrow to see how I’m doing. Felt guilty about not having more
- Took the time to think about where I was going and how I was getting
there. Needed to figure out how to organize my notes. Quadrant II
SO. If I break my big deliverable down into lots and lots and lots of
small deliverables—a mini-paper each week, with plenty of references
and fun stuff—then it’ll be much more fun _and_ much more useful.
I can’t wait to wake up tomorrow and start writing! This Friday:
Blogging as personal knowledge management…