• How well did you address the demands of the week's assignments? And what did you gain?

I'm still trying to figure out what is going on with the formatting in this thing. For more on this answer; read the struggle at the end.

• What gave you trouble? How did you work your way through that? What did you enjoy most? What did you learn? What else did you learn?

It feels me to write some many bios and self-reflections. I'm not used to it. It makes me feel weird. Maybe, it shouldn't?

• What would you do differently if you did it again? What questions do you have?

I'm going to back and revisit it. I'm not really happy with the 250 word "autobiography". I'd like to read some 250-word autobiographies by people I really admire and see if I can learn anything from their insights, style, language, tone, register, etc... anything. Going to spends some more time just, working out the kinks with the wiki as well. This could be a useful living diary, among other things. It's annoying me as a text editor right now though.

• How does your work connect with the topics and issues we've looked at already? With the topics and issues of the course as a whole? Where does your work this week fit into the whole?

I think it is really tough to present oneself to an unknown, unseeable crowd, who you have no relationship with. I would personally rather do public speaking. It's hard to have an authentic voice.

Please don't have a strike through it.

I'm getting more acquainted with the Wiki process-- language? I'm still looking into the coding function with BASH and PERL and C Clicked on the Book icon and it's a list of depreciated elements (are they called that on here?) I have many questions... like do emoticons work. :)

Short answer... No. It puts a striker rough everything you wrote in the paragraph apparently.

Is it fixed? It was the plus and minus signs. There is a markup language at work that needs more investigation!
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