Don’t let success go to your head or failure to your heart.– thingsweforget
A Letter to Men by Christina Hendricks →
When I’m too busy for the gym, I just do a couple mental push ups,...– Fashion of the Mind
The Conversion Factor
I spent most of this evening trying to do a unit conversion to figure out the discharge of a stream based on dilution gauging. Boring stuff, really. Turns out there wasn’t really an explicit mathematical relationship between the two. When it’s late at night, my muse meanders and associates itself with academic-related memories. In other words, this is prime time for the creation of...
Beware the barrenness of a busy life.– Socrates
My handwriting is fantastic for numbers and greek letters, but not so much for the regular alphabet. Just another side-effect of what engineering is doing to me.
I want to drop my books and volunteer at the Gulf Coast. I think our education system should be flexible enough to give us the opportunity to respond to real world problems…
Self-esteem > Protein– Fashion of the Mind
Plug a power board into your creativity outlet.– Fashion of the Mind
So I overheard this in the bus yesterday: “Okay, yo, either you’re stupid or you’re dumb. So are you stupid or dumb? Or you’re too dumb and stupid to count. No, you can’t count ‘cause you’re too dumb, just shut up, just shut up.” Did he have a popped collar? Yes.
Imagine a horse galloping away at its heart’s content in a fenceless meadow. Now, imagine me chasing after that horse with arms flailing and legs tripping. I’m trying my hardest to fasten a saddle to the creature. That’s what the beginning of this academic term felt like. I finally manage to tame the beast and we sprint off together to distant lands. I’m in control,...
Tesler's Law of Conservation of Complexity
You cannot reduce the complexity of a given task beyond a certain point. Once you’ve reached that point, you can only shift the burden around.
It’s been three years guys. “The Graduation Kiss” taken on June 7, 2007
I really feel like going for a swim, but I have a few academic constraints keeping me at my desk. So, I research about the sport instead and find out that the butterfly stroke was invented in 1933, and made official at the 1956 Olympics. Okay, where are my goggles?
Most folks are about as happy as they make their minds up to be.– Abraham Lincoln
Thinking outside the box might be facilitated by... →