05 Feb 2017


1. I’m getting tired of myself writing about technical stuff I’m not really interested in. I also did a lot of other technical stuff that I can’t be bothered to write about anymore in addition to the technical stuff I posted yesterday. It’s just too boring for me. The only reason I’m doing it is because my reading and writing skills are rusty. And since I don’t know what to write about yet, writing about technical stuff is the next best option.

But what I can say for what I did for the past two days is that BernardGo.com has become even faster, and more secure and stable than before. The speed is above average even after I’ve started adding an image at the start of a post.

Perceived performance = f(expected performance, UX, actual performance)

2. I’m turning 29 years old this 20 Aug 2017. And I meet a lot of new people who are a couple of years younger than me. I see an aspect of myself in them in that they think they know everything they need to know. But when I was their age, some people perceived me as a know-it-all type of person. But I never thought of myself like that because I know that there are a lot things that I don’t know and understand. I’m always aware that there are a lot of things in my life that can be improved. I’m never really 100% satisfied. I was a busybody, but not as busybody as these younger people I now encounter in my life. They try to ram down my throat their ideals and perspectives about life. I minimize my contact with this type of people as much as I can. It’s the combination of what they are saying and how they are saying it. They are just touching topics on a superficial level that they think they can spout off just like that so people could perceive them as being knowledgeable about what they are saying.

3. I’m always tempted to eat food beyond what I normally eat. And I always remind myself of those people I meet in life who eats those kinds of food to temporarily satisfy their unquenchable need for novelty. And it helps me in avoiding the food I crave. I see those people giving in to it. And what do they have to show for? They are still mediocre and incompetent. They might seem like they have reached a certain level of respectability in their circle of family, relatives, acquaintances, coworkers, friends, and enemies. But I can see right through them. They are inherently and incorrigibly average or below average. That’s not the kind of life I want for myself.

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