What a finish! They played to win and then some.
Was rummaging through my ME3 folder and came across these screenshots of my first Shepard. /tears
Robin Shepard: Spacer, Sole Survivor, Vanguard
I have a hard time communicating what I envision to be my dream career. I think this article gives the best context.
I’m interested in population dynamics in the urban environment. I’m interested in the implications of climate change and environmental degradation on large urban centers, and what we can do as far as mitigation and prevention are concerned. Times like this, I wish I had a science background. Policy or social science research is fair game though, I think.
Hopefully I’ll have an epiphany one day and things will fall into place.
I’ve been getting Mass Effect vibes from Cosmos all along, but this really takes the cake. For the record, NDT > TIM.
I dread the day I’ll have to find out whether any of my self-taught Japanese will hold water in an actual conversation. Hah. Joking aside, I’ve made a lot of progress. I’ve covered the a-, k-, s-, t-, and n-series and by extension g, z, and d (of the hiragana).
I’ve been piecing together different resources to move things along. NYC’s Japan Society has YouTube videos on vocabulary, phrases, and grammar that I found useful. NHK WORLD's got some textbook-style worksheets and accompanying audio. And here's a demo version of the language learning software that got me started on learning the characters. I also printed out a bunch of worksheets a la Phonics to help me with the writing. EDIT: I forgot to include this very useful flashcard phone app for memorizing characters.
The day I can read a Japanese nursery rhyme will be a great day indeed.