22 February 2001 — 16.15

My IT-related website, pangsit.com, is doing good, more visitors, and also somehow I’m getting better at creating contents for it. Taking a step back, I just realised that I love sharing what I know in writing. Hope it’d be useful for everyone visiting that site.

The next step would be sharing it in speaking. I really would like to become a lecturer in computing. I’ve seen a lot of lecturers, but unfortunately most of them are so disconnected with reality – the students then became very confused when they started doing jobs. Not to mention the attitude of most of them. Granted there are some that are not, but they tend to be the exception (Mike Boyd and Jim Martin comes to my mind) not the majority.
Unfortunately it’s just not possible in the moment, but I hope it will soon.

When I updated my CV two days ago, I just realised that I’ve learned so much since the last time I wrote that CV. I just took it for granted I guess. Another event that triggered this realisation is when I joined the mailing list of my first university alumnus – I answered nearly every questions asked there. The fact that I could be of some help to the others is making me very happy.

I’ve approached a newspaper on which my articles were posted several years ago. Hopefully they’d be willing to start accepting my articles again.


6 thoughts on “22 February 2001 — 16.15

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