I hate to say it, but I’m really pretty comfortable doing one course right now. The blog will just have to wait.

Oh, I did get a certificate with distinction for the controls course… I’m a little surprised, since 86% didn’t seem all that high to me… but I guess the top 10% of the scores were not 100%. Anyway, I’m still in the same condition I’ve been in for the past couple of weeks: math for the blog just doesn’t cut it right now. But who knows? The weekend is young… and we’ll see what happens.

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