I'm tired of being called by Marcia. I grew up in the ways of my Greek and my Japanese heritage. I am not ashamed of being Asian and I'm tired of being called Marcia. That name sucks. As a child I was called Kaoru-chan. That is who I am. Not, Marcia. Some of friends and family call me Kaoru, so, I now am reverting to my name Kaoru.
The other day I got a MuVo. I didn't even know if it would work. But it did and it rocks. All I did was load the usb modules and it worked.
These corps are writing drivers? For what reason?
Title of upcoming white paper:
If you use Windows, you could be wasting your time..
Got a JVC digital camcorder. That rocks too.
Almost done with the book. It's not as technical as *I* wanted, but the audience can't handle that...? Whatever, at least I got paid so I can get some toys.
Taking courses at ASU in GIT. The one teacher is ignorant. She actually told the students that nothing can open or save a *.psd file. So in my next project, I proved her wrong. At least I didn't humiliate her in class... but I don't think she's too happy about that. Having problems with that teacher. It's just a deficiency course in image capture but she doesn't know much and tries to hide it. When asked the difference between two applications, her response was that major corporations use one and the other was not used widely. This was not only unacceptable but incorrect as one application predated the other. We were talking about features. Then there is the requirement to use proprietary software. Where is this going?
Why should I be required to use proprietary software in order to acheive the same end that I could achieve using free software?
This course is not application specific, or at least it shouldn't be.
Perhaps my thesis can be about the detrimental nature of application specific courses.
Teach them W.P. 5.0 and next week they won't be able to open, save and print. Teach them how each program has open, save and print and they can do anything...