Instead of just bumming in front of my computer the whole day, I get to do something worthwhile to fill up my schedule. So far, I still find myself relaxed since there are no work overlaps yet.
After our brief stint at ASTI, I was approached by Ma'amTata for some outside project. It has something to do with FPGA interfacing, probably with some microcontrollers or other peripherals. More details would be discussed on Tuesday, as I'm going to meet the guy who needs help in his project.
Since I am not yet enlisted in any other kind of job, I still have control of my schedule. It's just bad that I couldn't earn big by just being a student assistant. At least I have time to hone my skills and back up my EEE knowledge through rackets like these.
I have just attended UP AME's Matsuri ('festival' in Nihonggo) with Det-san. Special thanks to Allan for handing over his ticket (worth Php100)to me. The festival started at about 130pm and ended with some fireworks display at 10pm.
For most part, we were a bit out of place among the otakus out there. If only we were a group present in the event, we could have been more trigger happy with the camera. In fact, Det's cam was only used at the near end of the show as we were able to meet up with Weng-sensei and Jaemie-chan (who just came by at about 930pm).
Anyway, the festival's main attraction was the cosplay event. Cosplayers were loitering around the vicinity, accommodating pictures with the otakus. Det-san hated those stage mothers who have been chaperoning their "sexy" cosplayer daughters. Too bad, I can't post and brag any pic with some cute chic in it.
This December, I have to spend money on so many things. Consider Engineering Week; money rotates fast especially with those daily night events. Also, I still have to buy my new glasses (with multicoat), and a hard disk enclosure.
Money. Money. Money. Go Big Time please!
posted by ScIoN 10:31 PM