Water is wet.
Pretty interesting demo with water here:
Sort of made a dent into my morning with it. I found it to be quite interesting to take a look at today.
Nothing profound about it, just a simple water demonstration with a graphics card.
It’s interesting though, how technology changes I couldn’t imagine such a thing ten yeas ago, but now it is almost right in front of us, for cheap (that was done with a consumer ready graphics card that’s already a few years old).
It makes me happy for technology, I can’t wait to see what the future brings where it drives us. We have a ton of things that are around us that can be improved, and human ingenuity is going to make that happen.
It will be exciting to see what the next generation gets to play with.
I have try not to let people interrupt my process. I have to get better at that.
You learn how you learn. I sometimes tend to let people dictate that by forcing myself to go with the flow.
That isn’t whats best for me.
For Ex. I like to write out my notes, and figure out what is going on with my sets, after listening to them.
Only…I have only done this twice.
I could really make myself to be a lot stronger comedian if I follow this process. It worked for me a lot when I went down to DC last year, only because I got to step away and apply notes. I had nothing else to do but work on process.
Now I am finding it hard to implement that process here, in NYC, because it just seems like it may get in my way.
Only, it really wouldn’t. Nothing says I can’t go into a quiet room and work on what I have. Or in the weekend, take a little time in the morning and bang out some notes for my sets during the week.
I want to make this a part of my night and day routines. Hopefully, I can get this done with the to-do stuff that I tend to do. What is data worth if you can’t break it down and get what is important out of it.
I have to get better – well…I should say I have to get it in tune with my process.
16/8 done yesterday.
– woke up full of energy btw.
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