1. I was a tech ed major in college. Wanted to be a shop teacher. Got involved in theatre because I liked theatre, and and had done it in high school, and found I could make some money at it.

  2. When you say most people like the schedule and the freedom, you mean like you can work hard for half the year then take half the year off and travel?

  3. No matter what resource you use, I would say the #1 most important thing is to take good notes that you can reference. As you are reading the material, or watching the lecture, make sure that you are writing your notes in a way that is clear and understandable to you. I would recommend using complete sentences, with your intended audience being you in 10 years; someone who has forgotten the material and from just reading your own notes, can understand the material.

  4. I feel like whenever I take notes I can never find the sweet spot between writing nothing down or just copying the textbook word-for-word, neither of which seem like a good idea. I usually get to be too much of a perfectionist with notes.

  5. This is what I do and it is very very smooth and easy.

  6. I'm not too familiar with bash scripting, and I'm trying to configure the nnn file manager to cd on quit, and open files in the terminal instead of an outside application.

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