I did spend four years slogging in NTU CS. Ok, I know CS is quite “slack” compared to engineering, accounting; we don’t have homework everyday, nor do we slog over vectors or nanospheres, and our projects are darn glam and fun, e.g. produce a video, record a radio jingle, write a newspaper report.
Oh, but what do the old student days matter now. 10 years down, my university note-taking journey is reduced to just 3 cardboard cartons of paper trash:
My mum said “这样才是读书人”. Hmm, I prefer to be a 读-Kindle-人, so that there’s only electronic aftermath to deal with. Just click delete. Just like what you do with the “knowledge” you learned.
I guess these notes should be on the way to be recycled. While they move on to a new life, I’m not too sure what kind of new life my knowledge has taken on. In fact, I’m pretty sure they have gone into non-existence.
Unfortunately, the darn textbooks are still lying around me to constantly remind me I have not deleted them yet. It’s such a pity to recycle them, they are quite NEW. What do I do with them!?