making a list
I'm not a big list-maker, mostly because it's really depressing to see all the things I have to do, all in one place. But, inspired by people like ~profgrrrrl~
, who are so good at making lists and crossing stuff out, I decided to turn my scrap of paper into a blog post. It's true, I just want to use the <strike></strike> tag pair.
edit course exercises 4, 5, 6
think of a discussion trigger for each lesson
create 5-question T/F quizzes for lessons 1 & 2
install Star Wars: Battlefront it's very cool; playing is for another day
go to the office and install *!&$*#@! Microsoft Access, so I don't have to use the lab at school we don't have it
use the office Mac to update some installation screenshots for PMA AiO install chapters
update Windows and Linux/UNIX installation screenshots for PMA AiO install chapters
finish edits to PMA AiO chapters 20, 23
write my portion of 4-person group case report for Business Systems & Policy class
- write my portion of 2-person group case report for Org Change & Design class moved to new list
- write 300 words for Phil of Science class, on Popper (300 words, isn't that cute?) moved to new list
- read boring text for Int'l & Comparative Management class moved to new list
- write up a case for Int'l & Comparative Management class moved to new list
- write up an exercise for Int'l & Comparative Management class moved to new list
update Tracker (our in-house time tracking system) for 9/17-9/27
get ready for actual work day (Monday)
clean fish tank (I think my fish hate me) fish are happier
Unfortunately, I have to skip my friends' kid's soccer tournament this weekend. I made it to the first half of one game, yesterday. What a crappy friend I am.
Everything crossed out on this list was completed between 7:30am Sunday and 7:30am Monday, with a few breaks taken for napping and eating. I don't like having un-crossed-off stuff remaining for the day, especially when it all has to be done
today, and I actually do have a job, but that's life.