Hi humans. Last year, I was able to take summer classes at my community college to get some really easy transfer credits for my main university. I planned on doing that this year as well; if you read my blog post from two days ago, you know that I recently took my first day of class for this summer semester. Unfortunately, it’s not going to be quite that easy this semester. I’m taking nine credits’ worth of class (which is the same as last year), but this year, I have two online classes instead of one. One of the online classes is a literature course, where we have to (literally) read the equivalent of one book a week (I say “equivalent” because sometimes we have to read poems or short stories, but on those weeks, we have several of them to read). Fortunately, the due dates for my second online class are staggered such that one entire unit is due every handful of weeks, rather than having small assignments due every few days. This literature course is a lot more intensive than I was hoping for, and I ended up having to cram a ton of stuff earlier today because the due date for five different assignments was today at 5 PM, and I found out about all the assignments on Tuesday late afternoon. This doesn’t necessarily mean I’m going to be spending less time posting stuff on my website, but it does mean that this migration process is going to take a lot longer than I had hoped because I’m going to have a lot less opportunities to sit down and do a lot of time-consuming work related to something that isn’t as urgent as my academic work. On the bright side, if any of the papers I write for this class end up being interesting, I’ll post them on my website like I used to a long time ago when I wrote interesting papers more frequently in the past.