I didn’t make it a resolution, but I probably should have: I’d like to write more in 2018.
I know a lot of other people had it rough in 2017, but it turned out to be a good year for me. A lot of cool things happened for me, chief among them finally finishing a bachelor’s degree! I’m jumping straight into a master’s program now, and it promises to be very busy.
(Since several people have asked, the BS was in Cognitive Science, and the MS is for “Applied Cognition and Neuroscience” with a focus on machine learning)
There has been a lot on my mind lately, and I have sat down to write numerous times, but ultimately I haven’t finished anything. I think that my blogging mostly remained consistent when I was 1) competing and 2) had a schedule. I don’t plan to enter tournaments for much in the near future (I’ll be going to Frosty Faustings this weekend and that’s about it), but I miss writing and I think it has helped me in many ways, so we’re going to at least stick with #2.
Right now, based on my class schedule, I will strive to release one post a week on Tuesday. I’ll keep it up for a month and see how that goes, and if the drive is strong, I’ll bump it up to Tuesday and Friday like it was some time ago.
I am not sure what I will post about after this first month. Probably learning (it’s been a big focus of my education) and my own psychology, as usual. However, I do have my next three posts picked! In no order:
- Prediction as a learning tool
- A short primer on doing esports commentary
- A review/revisitation of one of my favorite video games (not Smash)
Thanks for reading. I’ll see you next week!