• use handwritten fonts for text-heavy subjs where u tend to space out (FIL & MATH)
    • use a combo of Palmer Lake, Aurelly Signature/Forever Soulmates Sans & Meritocracy
  • use handwritten fonts for subjs that specifically call for e-journals (that can be customized, ask teacher)
    • use a combo of Little Pea Family fonts
sep 30 2020 ∞
sep 30 2020 +

STOP SLACKING OFF.

computer & internet spring cleaning + ol class setups

dos

twt

  • sort out anitwt bookmarks
  • sort out priv twt bookmarks

tumblr

  • sort out tumblr likes
  • reblog with respective blogs

google

  • sort out chrome bookmarks
  • transfer sorted folders to respective accounts

fb

  • sort fb tl posts into bookmarks
  • transfer sorted posts to respective accounts
sep 15 2020 ∞
sep 16 2020 +

there are two versions.

  • the Windows 10 app
  • the 2016 version
sep 1 2020 ∞
sep 1 2020 +
  • George Orwell's 'Politics and the English Language'
  • @astroeulogy's cc replies (bree usually follows up or expands on their answers in a thread w/ a link back to the question)
aug 5 2020 ∞
aug 5 2020 +

(compile into a playlist on yt & spotify)

  • oasis of the wind ii - takashi kokubo
  • green - hiroshi yoshimura
  • zen - susumu yokota
  • selected soundcloud works 2015 - aphex twin
  • emancipator - safe in the steep cliffs
aug 5 2020 ∞
aug 10 2020 +

sift out fb tl

sep 19 2020 ∞
sep 19 2020 +

https://www.notion.so/School-b47f97e1373...

still a really rough draft?

sep 16 2020 ∞
sep 16 2020 +

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AoPFXYEwsGwoeL7QsQB2...

lessons > lectures > lesson 1

sep 8 2020 ∞
sep 8 2020 +
  • review last years' theses, essays and infographs.
  • look out for buzzwords and buzz-phrases.
  • blacklist said words and phrases.
  • break down ideas of each paragraph.
  • reconstruct paragraph with word count limits.
aug 19 2020 ∞
aug 19 2020 +
aug 5 2020 ∞
aug 5 2020 +
  • Think by Simon Blackburn
  • The Pig That Wants to be Eaten by Julian Baggani
  • Thinking It Through by Kwame Anthony Appiah
  • The Problems of Philosophy by Bertrand Russell
  • What Does It All Mean? by Thomas Nagel (be cautious of personal opinions of the author in this work)

(courtesy of FAQ by u/TychoChelchuu and a few answers from r/philosophy)

aug 5 2020 ∞
aug 5 2020 +

year one

  • formats dump nb

1st semester

quarter one

note: module notes range from outline and cornell hybrids, sentence and cornell hybrids and charts.

note: lecture notes are sentence and cornell hybrids during the first revision stage.

sep 23 2020 ∞
sep 26 2020 +

YOU'VE STILL GOT:

  • a cloud storage to clean up
  • manga panels to finish coloring
  • class setups to refine
  • a whole folder to clean up
  • soc med accs to declutter
sep 17 2020 ∞
sep 17 2020 +

get out. get out as soon as possible. relearn. reintegrate with society.

GET OUT.

sep 8 2020 ∞
sep 16 2020 +

note: notoriously short attention span—hence a lot of paused/dropped/ & currrently rewatching/rereading media.

aug 7 2020 ∞
aug 24 2020 +
  • review last years' theses, essays and infographs.
  • review vanguard articles by seniors.
  • try not to cringe when you reread your written works.
  • practice. you work best under a time limit.
aug 19 2020 ∞
aug 19 2020 +

criticism

  • sentences drag on for too long—the whole thing becomes a chore to read.
  • strays away from subtopic/point of the paragraph.
  • subconsciously uses highfalutin words when not necessary.
  • vague buildup from a lack of actual understanding. basically bullshiting.

these are the same problems your articles and essays from four to six years ago had. the fact that they're still prevalent in your writing—a year after returning to writing—is troubling.

good points

  • your best works are from exam essays?
aug 19 2020 ∞
aug 19 2020 +