I am in the process of uploading audio for some of these articles and editing in between work, studying, and so forth.
I have about 159 items digitally with 10-15% audio that goes up to an hour per memo, so I have to find out what I am allowed to disclose for public use and what fellow profs would consider to have a time-limit that has not exceeded it's use and would not be permitted commercially.
Joseth Parker coming up next week & new classes for the summer.
I also went through 1,000 questions as an outline for a certificate to complete something through the college board.
I outlined in an approximation based on grouping the chapters & a given number of sections.
I should probably reedit something on one of my websites that states that increase of 365 to 714 as stipulated in a two year period of observation, influenced by one of my favorite television series that I own on DVD, primarily because the rate of increase was deduced with motion vectors relative to the intersection of mathematics and physics originally acquired from a Japanese journal. Not exactly Anime, but I am more concerned that it reads as if I took a calendar for people as variables in a graphic genre supporting sexuality and neuroscience of the mathematical primer where my notes originally were contained with in the booklet as factors from the positions of the drawings.
For the past two days of primarily focused on my outlines to finish work, and wrapping up independent studies that I released to the independent review board as closing out from some of my projects. One of the stipulations of the certificate that I am writing for an honor of another person has to deal with the difference between the sensing Motion that occurs from behind you which primarily is not as relative as the memorization of strategic analytical thinking to gaming theory paired with styles of movement in regards to solving problems either with your eyes closed or with assistance of using predictive blank spaces of canvases you can create with your mind in anticipating and executing a solution.