Mr Knitter

String Chaos For The Converted…

pexels-photo-762687.jpegAs part of my New Year Resolutions, I said that I wanted to learn new things. so I have enrolled in a few courses.  My 4 courses are  (1) Screenwriting, (2) Mathematic cryptarithms & symbologies, (3) Copyrighting, (4) Novel Analysis.  Yes, I know, a bit of a wildcard in there with the mathematics, but English and Maths are passions of mine, and I have always loved and been quite good at both, that is why I did a degree in English Language and Literature.

I love education and if I had my way, I would spend 8am until 5pm Monday to Friday in a classroom learning everything.  I have a good memory, and M has complimented me on my knowledge of many things, which is nice to hear as he is very clever too and is a microelectronic technician and has designed and built CAT scan machines, which, ironically enough due to his illnesses he has had a great use of in the hospitals.  I loved school and stayed on and did the extra year of O levels, then did my two years of A levels, but at the same time I also went to night school and did more O and A levels, and continued with night school every year until 1998.  Through the years I have done Psychology, Sociology, Japanese Language & Culture, Archaeology, Equality & Diversity, and many many more.

 

8 thoughts on “Educational Courses…

  1. tonymarkp says:

    I suppose I like this. Your choice of courses, however, does not speak to me as “aaaah the luxury of learning.” I’m especially looking at “Copyrighting.” That must be a quick one, right? I’ve copyrighted some things before. Sent them off to the copyright office, I did! I truly believe something has flown right over my head and this comment here that I’m writing, it’s funny and humorous, due to my ignorance and other lacks of ability!

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    1. Mr Knitter says:

      The course is four week and covers history, Gutenberg, Censorship, International Conventions, Intellectual Property, Digital Services and more.

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  2. sanseilife says:

    Good luck with your classes, hope you have time to knit and blog!

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    1. Mr Knitter says:

      There is always time to knit and blog lol

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  3. AJ says:

    I love learning new things too, just don’t love writing exams and papers!

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    1. Mr Knitter says:

      I know what you mean, but I have ever had a problem with writing papers or exams. Maybe I am sick in the head ha ha!

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      1. AJ says:

        I was good at it, just didn’t like having to stop learning to write or atudy

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