I was playing volleyball in gym today, and I ended up spraining my finger after a speedball hit the joint on the back of my finger, which twisted AND hyperextended it.
Today at school I was standing by the window in the back of school during lunch holding my phone to make people think that I was recording them, when my phone was really both out of power and turned off. The group of girls sitting next to the window just freaked out until i told them that my phone's dead.
I have both run out of ideas, and my brain is nagging me that the MultiCore project is just going to be another failure that I would carry for the rest of my life. Now, I'm feeling a little depressed...
All I can say right now is that
1: I'm almost out of ideas
and 2: My weekend sucked even though it was a 3 day weekend.
I'm starting to feel that horrible sense of hopelessness again, but this time, for an entirely different reason. After I checked for the lowest prices I could find for the parts list that I have, I found that the total cost would go over $80, which is money that I don't have, and Kickstarter has rules that you must have a working prototype before you can use it for crowdfunding, so this time, I'm losing hope of my biggest dream all because of a shortage of money. :(
I have just uploaded revision 1 of the block diagram for MultiCore, and I had a surprise rock concert held at my school today by a non profit organization. I was trying to record a video, but my phone's battery died halfway, so there isn't any video i can upload...
I am thinking of using a custom object-oriented bytecode interpreter for the MultiCore project, which would make it easier to program.
Once again, I feel like I have nothing to do on the weekends. My friends are all off doing their own things, so I also feel kind of lonely...
I was out with my family all day today, so I didn't get to really do anything fun...
I have decided that my schedule is: Goof off on Saturday, and work a little bit on Sunday. I'm not Christian, so I don't go to church or anything, so I have plenty of time.