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My ideas are constantly changing as I learn. Sometimes they even change midway through writing a post.

Sunday, December 14

I put my old website up. It's pathetic, I know. I got my first Python script working, fixed a few mistakes, and have been thinking about whether to bother with trying to set up my domain ( goodpremises.com ) before it expires.

Wednesday, December 10

I found this quote on Curiosity. It seems relevant to some ideas that have been on my mind lately:

"Besides, what good will come of standing by? What about the next time? Stand by again? And again? There's no point in delaying standing up for right. Either we should or we shouldn't. We should. (Yes, picking battles can be important, but that's just nuances.)"

I don't doubt that defending good is a good, but I don't think it's just a nuance to consider the "best" (or at least better) ways of defending good.

My question is:
What are better ways to defend and promote goodness?

Tuesday, December 2

I love it, but I think I'm going to try giving it up again. The headaches have returned, and they seem to get set off pretty easily. If I weren't such a wimp, I'd quit cold turkey.
Watching some old Gundam Wing episodes I recorded off the tv a while back. It was hard to follow at first because I started watching in the middle of the series and kept missing episodes. Eventually, I saw parts of enough episodes to be intrigued and decided to look up an episode guide. I started recording all of the episodes after that!