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Its that time of year when perhaps there is a lull, a pause, a slow down in your work or simply between academic years and you’re taking a break. You look out of your window and find that it’s raining, the droplets having hit the window moments ago to now run down the glass on another stage of their journey from sky to ground. But what of your journey? What will you do next? What’s on the list that you’ve told yourself time and time again “I’ll do that tomorrow!”. But that can bring stress and pressure upon yourself and that’s not good for learning something new. Therefore, perhaps, just perhaps, pause, take a deep calm breath and think, a moment when time seems to stand still and you realise that you can alter your path at this moment in time.
I’m also getting interested in the Internet of things (IoT – en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_of_things) and have bought a Raspberry Pi Pico W (www.raspberrypi.com/products/raspberry-pi-pico/), so would like to get back to my C++ days and have some fun!
And lastly there’s social media. We’re all aware of recent events pertaining to high profile platforms, so where does that leave us? Where is the control and ownership over what we publish? What happens when in an instant all of that disappears? Years of effort gone in a flash. Therefore what is the solution? I don’t actually have one, yet, not that fills the gap of providing popular global exposure and interaction that draws people to your own platforms and sites because they’re interested in the same subjects. And so a time to watch that space as it awaits to be filled.
What do you think please?