At this point we'd appreciate help from tech-savy friends over here so we can host a queer movie night.
We tried cytu.be, which works fine, but we'd like to stream our own content, which we have plenty of.
So far we are trying Jitsi, with very choppy video quality, and we'd love to hear ideas as to what to try next...
It's a bit too small for my computer but it's the perfect height for me to look at it from my hammock!
I didn't want to work late tonight so I started painting the shelves before the sun disappears. I still had some acrylic an colleague left me two years ago, the cap of the tube is actually cracked, it was time to empty them.
The shelves look like they are holding up.
Oh and here's the tutorial I tried to follow: https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-Cardboard-Shelves/
I ran out of tape but I had still some proper glue. If tomorrow it's property fixed, I could paint it and I would be still cooler than a chair!
Mmh maybe I kept the feet a bit too large
I guess a proper glue (I only have paper glue) and a proper tape would have helped but once I get the other half, I can make it hold!
Amusingly, an early kind of tougher-than-normal glass was soda glass, made from a mixture of silicon dioxide and sodium oxide. It was stronger and tougher than regular glass, with improved engineering properties.
It was also water soluble.
Soda-lime glass was invented as a way to get the toughness of soda glass but without making windows that dissolve every time it rains.
I think I like correcting writen solutions.
I have this unexpected feeling of "oh no poor youngling" (even though they are probably my age or older), like I need to take good care of them and help then figure things out.
And I spent quite some time indicating exactly where their understanding of the physics got wrong when applicable, making some drawings to show the concepts.
Maybe it's a bit overkill (since I'm doing the correction afterwards anyway), but I guess it's more helpful to have it really pointed out personnaly. So they can read it and think about it calmly and not be like "wait what how did that happen" during the correction.
I have no clue what are the expectations for this course in particular and for german universities in general.
I'm putting some points whenever the student had the good idea, even if a multiplication sign turned into a + sign on the second line and all the math got wrong.
So I'm a remote TA this semester, and next week I'll be correcting the first problem set. I started looking at the students' solutions this afternoon.
I only corrected one yet, but somehow it made my imposted syndrom totally vanish. So master level university students can be even more terrible in math than me
Covid and travels and relationships
So I thought the intraeuropean borders would start reopening in June, now that many countries are starting a deconfinement phase. At least that's what my supervisor told me and she's following the news.
But my plane in June got canceled and today my plane at the end of July got canceled too. I'm a bit too dramatic maybe but I'm starting to wonder if I'll ever see my boyfriend again.
Irk I didn't meant to stay awake late again
But I was going through my bookmarks and there was a picture I wanted to send to people on whatsapp. But now I only have the pidgin plugin which doesn't let me send pictures! And I don't have kdeconnect anymore. I have mconnect but the transfer from the computer to the phone always fails.
So a made a fish function to read an url, download it, and send the file to the phone via adb over wifi ✨
Watching potatoes grow
Trying to draw
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