That's not all, folks
I haven't posted anything in quite a while so I believe an explanation is due. There are fewer readers these days; not just here but in general. A blog needs a catch to be successful, either sale of thematic items or something else that can get the attention of a public with an ever-dwindling attention span.
This is when I decided to go back to the beginning while implementing a new style that would help me retain or get easy access to what I need to know. I have been taking additional notes for each section. I print out my notes and the code I wrote for a section and then place them in separate file folders. This is what I have been doing for the last few weeks instead of writing.
I recently found out my 10-year-old granddaughter does not like to read, much preferring playing games and watching YouTube videos. It seems "The Information Age" has become "The Misinformation, Disinformation, and Useless Drivel Age." I don't want to be the old curmudgeon who rants about kids these days, but I am worried about this trend within our post-millennial generation. When I was that age, I always had a book with me. I even read from the volumes of the World Book encyclopedia; not entire volumes but the many topics I found interesting. The information age was a dream come true for me. I loved knowing more than my peers, even if some of that knowledge wasn't particularly useful. I was excited about the (then distant) prospect of being able to read the newspaper on a screen.
I guess I am being that nerdy old curmudgeon after all. The point is, I will be trying to mix in some more research and writing with my educational endeavors. I am currently researching for a book I am going to call "American Aristocracy."