Yesterday, I spent the day working at NMT. Magdalena is on their spring break, so I spent quite a few hours at NMT instead.
I worked on a number of projects that have been on my list for a really long time, like cleaning up some of the lab computers, filing some work orders, and getting some software installed for the Junior Design group. I also spent a little while working on a spectrometer, which is now working beautifully.
In the evening, I went to air rifle practice, but there were quite a few kids there learning to shoot. Rather than interrupt, I left and worked on the computer some more. I also updated my old air rifle practice scores, as I recently found an old notebook with a hundred or so additional scores.
In the late evening, I taught the next section of my Amateur Radio Licensure class. This week’s lesson was the dreaded “Rules and Regulations” section, which is always a difficult one to make interesting.
In the evening, I walked to my brother’s house for some barbecue, and then fell asleep on the couch again.
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