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Update: After posting this, I read information on Bill Mullins Tech Thoughts Daily News and saw this had also been posted. Go over and take a look at his excellent blog.
The cool thing I like about my students is listening to them and getting involved with their lives as they move forward with their careers. With students all over the world, it is great hearing from them. I tell students how stressful IT can be as they move up the IT ladder. I have my own way to relax by flying real planes and RC planes, shopping for antiques, reading and researching. Jared Ledlow plays music with friends and has just recently went to work in IT. Visit his youtube channel and take time to listen to something he composed. And if you are in IT, find a way to relax.
Here’s an example of fake checks that may come to you through responding to emails, online auctions or just out of the blue…don’t cash these type of checks if you receive them…examples of phishing are listed in previous posts.
When I have students who truly multi-task and they seek answers, it makes me really proud to see them growing and learning and thinking…. one of my best former students who currently works in IT shot this line over to me in an email…
(This email was in a conversation about looking at other avenues in life…they are branching out to discover other things that are out there beyond IT)
“I can keep myself focused on the task at hand…. btw, my new hobby is hacking my own brain, it’s fun”