More posting, moving and a re-design
Even though this is the umpteenth time I've had to do this, I would like to apologize for my hiatus. As a result of exams and an overabundance of Korean food (don't ask), I have been shirking my duties to you. This summer will be filled with change.
A new post is coming later tonight.
I am going to create more pillar posts. Personally, I like when people offer specific plans for implementing ideas, but this site has been lacking in that department. Although high level thinking is important for setting priorities and understanding your goals, sometimes it helps to have those little specific tips that make studying easier. I will be analyzing what successful students do to succeed, and I will post my findings here over the summer.
As well, I'd like to continue to post about random things that I find interesting. In an attempt to fill the void that Collision Detection has left in my heart, I would like to post about cool/crazy/weird science topics that I read about, or anything else that strikes my fancy. I promise that it will not take away from the core postings, this will merely be icing.
In other news, I plan on purchasing a real hosting plan in the near future and redesigning the site. I'd like to make this site more accessible to new visitors, and have people more easily find topics important to them. While the new blogger layout tools allow for more flexibility, they are still lacking in many areas (namely technical ones). This move, however, may be slow in coming as I haven't programmed for a while, and I don't have much experience in the non-basic scripting languages. But a lack of knowledge never stopped me from trying before!
Sorry if you just fell asleep in the previous paragraphs, but now you up-to-date on my plans for this site over the summer. If you have any input, suggestions, concerns or really good math jokes, I'd love to hear them. You can email me at: joshua[at]gravyway[dot]com (remember to replace the [at] and [dot]) or just comment below.
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