OK. This is my own fault. I want to start updating this site every Tuesday and Thursday. I want to emulate people like Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik. The problem is time, brother. I don’t have it. I taught a Python Programming course last week (normally at the University of Denver, but this time it was at the City of Wheat Ridge Police Department). The next day, I helped host a conference at the Commons on Champa, which is a neat startup campus. Prior to that, I had to watch Groundhog Day on the holiday of the same name. Also, it snowed in Colorado. So, I could have done this, but I didn’t. I took one day off to buy the Uncharted collection on PS4, and I got stuck at the same place I always do. The dreaded Chapter 5 water chamber fight. I don’t know why, but this part is 98% luck. For some reason, I finally beat it. I actually shot a video on my PS4. If you don’t know about this feature, you can share a video one of two ways: The first is double-clicking the Share button to start shooting video. You double-click to stop. The second is clicking the Share button once to open up the Share menu and pushing the Square button, which saves the last 15 minutes of playtime (or less if you did this process within the last 15 minutes). I normally use the second method to record something amazing I just did. The Uncharted video of me succeeding at the horrible Chapter 5 fight was 15 minutes of me dying over and over again, with a final 2 minute success run. Tie that in with me ALWAYS playing Destiny EVERY NIGHT for no real reason, and I’m still doing a bunch of extra stuff, I just haven’t posted here.
I’m sorry. I am going to begin cutting things out of my life that I don’t care for much. A good friend of mine (who I only recently met) suggested I get my mind space wrapped around the possibilities of shelving ideas. For example, I have a woodworking shop. Just because I’m not using the tools in there doesn’t mean it will be dead forever when I decide to not use them. My problem is that I hold these ideas and skills and projects so close to my heart that I can’t bear to let them go. It is time to realize that I’m not letting things go. I’m just putting them on a shelf to save for later. Look to this site for two postings every week where I talk about games I’m playing (hopefully not just Destiny posts, but I can’t seem to leave that universe). I mean, I competed in an original NES competition a few weeks ago, and the Game Jam happened, and I saw the new Star Wars. So many things!