Wow, Netflix always knows what I’d like to watch
This course has been concentrated hellish boredom, for the most part. But I’m working on the last of my assignments in it, and I’m using NCBI / BLAST to find the barcoding gene of mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase c subunit 1 from humans, naederthals, chimps, orangutans, gorillas, lemurs, and one old world and one new world monkey of my choice, and then constructing a phylogeny.
It’s… it’s kind of fun.
Unfortunately, soon I will have to go back to memorizing textbook bullshit for Molecular Biotechnology, which could have been consumingly interesting if the professor actually taught instead of just referring us to the textbook that he wrote and made us pay out our asses for.
I sort of want to take up some citybuilding/civilization-type strategy game (which I probably shouldn’t, because exams are almost upon me). Don’t really care about how old/new as long as the graphics are modern-ish. Civilization V? Warcraft III? Age of Empires?
Anyone have any input on which of those 3 games is the best? Other suggestions are cool too.
downside to this job: living in a different city than my girlfriend
upside: living with my cat.
The descriptions of food in this series are used excellently. I mean… it’s not subtle… but the only thing Collins spends as much time describing as the food is the horrible violent gore.
^ a very good comment
although i did not find it gory at all? it seemed very quick: it would just say someone was stabbed and then died, or whatever. except the trackerjacker part