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Education & Knowledge

"By nature all people are alike, but by education become different"
- Author Unknown


If there is one thing worth committing to, it's your education. Whether it's doing well in school, reading a new book, or learning how a language, taking the time to sharpen your noodle is the wisest investment you can make.


Community Journal

juzQrios
19 Oct
Get your shit together boii!
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sjlanus
18 Oct
Another week, another 17 pages or so. Not a great week for the morning routine. But, that's fine as long if I'm writing 15 pages +. Up to page 147. It seems like this will never end. I'm getting to the point where I'm wondering if this is actually a mini-series and not a movie. Who knows. All I care about is getting to the end, and I can figure that out later. Just arriving/finishing the "dark night of the soul" part where things seem like all is lost. Probably another 15 pages or so until I get to the final climactic battle/showdown. Then will wrap up a hopefully quick denouement. Might have to pull double duty to get to the end by end of October. Closer than ever though!
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Idanachui
18 Oct
Mostly failed but I did something
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Idanachui
18 Oct
Failed past 2 days
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Idanachui
18 Oct
Failed past 2 days
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Idanachui
18 Oct
Utterly failed the past two days
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PilotGamer1933
18 Oct
I am fighting hard, and winning! I have seen one or two images that were suggestive (and many others that were sexually connotative, because, of course, this is our culture today), but I have maintained myself pure otherwise! Once I finally obtain total and complete control of my internet and phone use, I can start to focus on what is real, instead of fake.
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imadahmani7
18 Oct
My body began to suffer a little bit through this changement of habit, feeling a little sick but i am keeping up the rituals
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sufficientidolclaim
18 Oct
Eh
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neasleepy
18 Oct
Studying this week and reviewing from last week and working on writing papers.
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cdart3
18 Oct
5 for 7 this week including 4 nights in Costa Rica! Suck one NOM!
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joshmrallen
18 Oct
It's going good. As always, limiting everything to just that one day makes it all the more fun to enjoy. I find I don't need to watch/indulge as much to feel 'satiated' haha
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joshmrallen
18 Oct
Ok, practice a little CSS if possible. Ok, looks like you have to use the <link> element to link to an external CSS file, or you can use ‘internal CSS’. I’ll just continue with code academy for this morning. Apparently, I’ve complete the HTML course in code academy. I’m going to find the CSS course if it exists. That was amazing. CSS is exactly what I’ve been looking for. ‘internal CSS’ is also known as “inline styles”. Add the style attribute directly to the opening tag: Example here with the paragraph element: <p style=“color: red;”>I’m learning to code!</p> Add more than one style, just keep going in the “ “, always end with ‘;’ <p style=“color: red; font-size: 20px;”>I’m learning to code!</p> If you have a lot of style to add, use the <style> element within any tag, for example: <head> <style> <!— CSS code goes here —> p { color: red; font-size: 20px; } </style> </head> The ‘p’ indicates all ‘paragraph text that use the tag <p>. Make a separate file with the .css extension so that you can use all the CSS you need/want without sacrificing the readability and maintainability of your html file. Use <link> in the head of the html file with 3 attributes: href — like the anchor element, the value of this attribute must be the address, or path, to the CSS file. type — this attribute describes the type of document that you are linking to (in this case, a CSS file). The value of this attribute should be set to text/css. rel — this attribute describes the relationship between the HTML file and the CSS file. Because you are linking to a stylesheet, the value should be set to stylesheet. If the CSS file is stored in the same directoryas your HTML file, then you can specify a relative path instead of a URL, like so: <link href="./style.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet”> That was cool. That’s it for now. Now I can play with CSS on my own a little, tiny bit.
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k kapoor
18 Oct
120 XP points this week. Managed to keep at it in a low internet setting.
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nyannetto
18 Oct
All good! Now I’m using two apps!
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