I shall not begin with my usual apologies for being absent yet again from the blogosphere. I’m NOT sorry, for a change! I have been kept really busy (and happy) in the last few weeks. For once, breathing felt good! You may start wondering why am I so happy. Even if you don’t I will enlighten the reader with the happenings of the past few weeks.
Right, so after kickstarting my project and then being consumed by the cricket fever, I got back to my desk and started playing around with my toy (the microcontroller). The project work started off smoothly and life assumed a nice routine involving regular visits to gym. Everything was going well until I hit a hair-pulling obstacle in my project. Five days went by without any success. I was forced to leave it at that because my father was in town for four days. A visit to Birmingham, Coventry, Manchester and another place (forgot the name) really helped me forget about the project. I also got hold of a (yet another) new phone - yes the sleek and sexy N97. Actually its not a phone - its a multimedia computer! (I can go on and on praising the phone). Anyway, some shopping, and meeting relatives with dad on the final day before his return back home.
Reluctantly I returned to work knowing how badly I was stuck. Another few days went by without any success and just when left with no choices, suddenly, the brain worked and I realized how small the problem was - or so it looked after locating it.
The project is now on track. I am deliberately not going in to the details of it here - the interested reader may visit a dedicated page at http://project.anasimtiaz.com - If you think that I should be writing the tech stuff here then please do chip in with a comment.
I’m starting the next stage of the project where I will be working with some EEG data on epilepsy. Sounds real fun! Also, I’m scheduled for a theory test for driving license on Monday, which I think should be pretty easy.
Also, there is news that Tuesday will be the R-day —>> Results Day. After being delayed twice, no one really believes that
That ends my lovely story and I shall now return to enjoy the good time that I’m having.