To relearn art skills, I'm going to put in the work needed at least once per day.
A service that will take a URL with a list of links to PDF files and will combine them all into one PDF file.
A cheap and fairly attractive alternative to minis when playing Dungeons & Dragons (or any tabletop RPG)
Ive been interested in learning about functional programming ever since I first heard about it, but could never dedicate the time to do so. Im taking this course to ensure that I at least get some exposure
My theoretical computer science knowledge has always been a bit shakey. I'm taking this course both as a refresher, and to construct something I can use as a refresher in the future.
For the last few years I have been passionate about 3D computer graphics. As soon as I found out about this class, I jumped on the opportunity to actually write some graphics code.
I find it hard to get things done because I'm always jumping from one project to another. This book promises to help fight that.
Creativity has always enchanted and frustrated me. I read this in the hopes of getting a handle on it.
After reading a post about a DIY Y-Combinator, I wanted to see exactly what goes on in YC. So I read this book.
When facing a large, overwhelming problem, find or create little cracks on the surface than you can use to break it wide open.
It's hard enough to get people to pay attention to what you want them to - don't worry about people paying attention to what you don't want them to
After promising to "show up and do the work" in 2013 and failing to deliver on that, I finally do it and its awesome!