The schedule has changed beginning with this rotation. Instead of five days on, two days off, as in previous rotations, Rotation 10 will have no days off until the very end of the training. In theory, the days will be shorter and we'll have time off in the evenings to review, study, maybe eat something and get some laundry done. In practice, the days are still very long and you don't have time for ANYTHING else. After Paul's UM presentation today (Sunday), one of my colleagues and I walked to the grocery store and then decided to come back to the lab to do some more studying.
|Hub Transport with Brian Reid. The clock could be AM or PM, I'm not sure.|
|One of Greg Taylor's more enthusiastic whiteboard drawings for CAS. You can tell it's Greg's drawing because of the horns on the user.|
Tomorrow we begin mailbox training. My brain hurts. 8:24 PM