Programming note

I was camping over Labor Day weekend, and then got home to a rather stressful situation involving my plans to move out of my apartment. Nothing for any readers to worry about, except it threw a wrench in my plans to get a few blog posts out before getting back from camping. Expect a few posts soon-ish, but know that I also blogging more on LessWrong in the future, and I’ll be totally away from blogging for three months starting in mid-November, during which I’ll be doing App Academy.

  • L.Long

    Despite everything there are only so many hours in a day.
    Good luck on your endeavors.

  • http://patheos.com/blogs/hallq/ Chris Hallquist

    That doesn’t totally surprise me. Cognitive science is something of a mish-mash of different fields, in spite of the best efforts of practitioners to make it something more than that. Leaves a lot of room for weirdness. I probably wouldn’t recommend majoring on cog sci, even if you were at a school that offered it as a major. Pick a sub-field, like computer science or psychology, take some electives in related departments and interdisciplinary courses, but still havea sub-field you focus on.

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