Dec. 21, 2020

Work, Watched Gameplay Videos

8:33 AM (of Tuesday, December 22nd 2020)

Today is Monday, December 21st 2020. Today would have been a nice day to release my CW project, but I haven't worked on that in a few days for reasons unknown. Well, maybe not unknown, maybe reasons of laziness? Why haven't I worked on that in a while? It's always just in the back of my head to work on it again, continue where I left off, but I haven't gotten around to it again, even though I have so much free time.

This is what I spent my time on today:

  • Work 8:18
  • Work Tasks 8:18
  • Intermediary 6:25
  • Preparing Food 0:05
  • Eating 0:14
  • Sleeping 5:50
  • Pooping 0:16
  • Organization 1:44
  • Journal 1:10
  • Personal 0:30
  • Pictures for the Day 0:04
  • Unproductive 6:45
  • Browsing 0:11
  • Gameplay Videos 6:34
  • Social Media 0:48
  • Habitica 0:48

It was an alright day overall.

In the morning I worked on restarting some of the Habitica challenges I hosted, and then I caught up on my journal entries. Pretty average morning before work started.

Work was good, I had some tasks to work on so I always had things to do. Just some revisions here and then to some of the previous work I completed, and then helping some clients out with some bugs and problems they were facing. Another very typical workday.

After work I started watching these "9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors" gameplay playthrough videos. It was a mystery game I played for Nintendo DS back in the day, probably more than 10 years ago, that I never beat, or I got to a bad ending, I liked the drama and mystery in the game, and I was learning so much in the gameplay videos. There's a bunch of pseudoscience in the game mixed with actual science. One cool thing I learned about was sublimation, which is the phase change of something solid into gas, and the opposite is deposition which is gas to solid. This happens with dry ice or frozen carbon dioxide in room temperature when it changes from its ice solid shape into gas.

That got me into thinking about the states of matter, solid, liquid, gas, and then the fourth which is plasma. Common examples of plasma are lightning and fire, which doesn't belong in the three other states. That is some cool stuff I learned. It's random, but every character in that game just knows some random important scientific tidbits like melting point of certain elements, I dunno. It's a cool game.

Some guy on YouTube just uploaded a 50+ parter series on the entire game, and I was addicted to watching these. So that's what I did for the majority of the time after work. I was about 31 parts in before I fell asleep.

What would I have done differently? Not watched those videos, worked on CW instead, and gone on a walk at noon.

Anyway that was my day today.

Written by JustMegawatt

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iyazo
Posted On Dec 23, 2020

A little laziness is ok ;) Sounds like a fun time. I have the series for PS4 but I no longer live with the person who owned the PS4 so I haven't gotten a chance to play the games yet. I heard they're good though.

JustMegawatt
Posted On Dec 23, 2020

@iyazo Wow you owned the entire game series but never played it once?! I don't get buying games which can be $50 each, and then never playing them once.

iyazo
Posted On Dec 24, 2020

@JustMegawatt It was a gift from the person who owned the playstation and they let me keep the game. I just hadn't played it because I was invested in the storyline of another game prior to losing access to a PS4. I do have a backlog of games I've wanted to play and own on steam or somewhere, but again many were gifts and just things I haven't gotten around to. I feel like things have just appeared in my account sometimes because I'll have games I don't recall owning before.

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