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 casey44 
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Reason for journal... Firstly, Big Mike's charity action.

Secondly, a non-programmer's curiosity to see if can shake out something via Bloodhound that lessens the degree of subjective interpretation_consistently enough_to warrant staying with this process. Could be a good mental dexterity exercise regardless.

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Re request for feedback about Bloodhound... tho am only a short ways into the edu material am especially appreciating the many actual__examples__of using the various settings... then I mirror those baby steps on my charts as a test to see if I've really understood. For me, makes learning so much more real when my hand is engaged not just the mind.

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For me, makes learning so much more real when my hand is engaged not just the mind.

Definitely agree about learning with your hands, not just your mind. I learned this years ago, in a very mind-central occupation (programming, interestingly ). It was not good to simply think through something, nor even to draw out diagrams or whatever about the logic. A program is something that is built, and when I was at the keyboard typing out the code, I was building it, with my hands, and it flowed (or not ) and came together in the construction, not in the thinking. Sure, it took thinking as you typed, but I had to be doing, not just thinking, to get anywhere.

I think the same goes for what you are doing, and anything else, for that matter. It will be interesting to see if you find this tool helpful as you put it to use.

Bob.

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