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I submitted grades last week, and it’s officially the start of the summer. I took a few days to mess around and decompress but have now started getting into some summer projects in force. A few things I hope to be working on:

  • A lot of Zen practice. (Including, if things go according to plan, my first formal sesshin in July.)
  • Finally learning Javascript in a deep way, after putting off going past the basics for an extremely long time.
  • Getting my courses prepped.
  • Finally putting out a short EP of some of the music I’ve been throwing together for the past year or so.
  • Lots of random work around the house.
  • Lifting weights, of course.

Besides the above, I’m hoping to start blogging a bit more about programming, both as I learn more about Javascript and also about my Max/MSP/Jitter programming for the odd computer music / digital art nerd that might be reading this. I might also be writing the odd post about films now that I have more time to watch them. Yesterday, I finally jumped into the Criterion Collection’s Japanese Noir catalog with Take Aim at the Police Van.

Probably biting off more than I can chew, but that’s the plan so far.