One of the most difficult procedures that some of us undergo involve thinking about the things we have done for ourselves that were designed to last. The biggest reason for this is that we pass up opportunities and offers that can not only alter the course of our lives but double as the sail that guides us through the swells of the waves.
I developed a love for learning a tad late, I did not realize the emotional impact that learning how to do something truly had on me. I like to accomplish things and use new skills to my advantage. A month or two ago I began reteaching myself everything involved with mathematics. I am still quite far from completion, but I have kept a concept notebook that is only 20 pages filled with everything from basic mathematics to the ends of Algebra 2. I have quickly become an expert in my Pre-Calculus class with these notes alone. They are the blade on the hilt of my pencil. Without these notes, and my head, and my love for knowledge, I am not a student, but a figure in the presence of growing minds. However, with these three things, I have become a second or third teacher to these minds. How in the world do we end up in the middle?
It is unfortunate that Computer Science isn't as straightforward and well-explained as mathematics is. I don't know where to begin with it, but if I find a subject-based road I must transverse for it, Mathematics will soon be a subject I've conquered, and CS my prey. I already know the schematics language and hope that I can do a much better job with a significantly better book.
I have also established a both Universal and Personal Affection Agreement, which allows people to redistribute content a creator produces in any fashion. If someone were to place my notes and ideas in a book I made into a book they wrote to sell, I'm not helping an economy. I'm helping two economies. I'm spreading knowledge twice as fast. Chances are, however, that I will be distributing my notes freely. I hope to pursue knowledge much faster with my new laptop.
I have also been working on a language that is also designed to be universal, but it's still under serious works. I hope to write up an alphabet and number system soon, but this isn't my biggest priority.