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Pretty interesting. This Computer Systems Technology course (about $6k per year, most expensive course overall at the school) is very well designed, including the most useful classes.
This weekend I have to study up on accounting. We've been learning Word, Excel, operating system history, time management, communication, computer science... And plenty more. In a while, we'll be getting into heavy programming. But they're doing it in very incremental steps, so even a totally computer-illeterate person can start learning programming a few weeks into the course.
I bought a full color printer for $50. That includes ink, glossy paper, and other packaging junk. And if/when I run out of ink, I may just buy another printer, since the printer industry is so screwed up, where standalone ink costs more than ink + printer.
I'm just completely owning English-related topics. Last week I did a spelling/grammar/punctuation/etc exam. Scored 82%, the highest in the class of 24 people. The average score was 59%.
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There is nothing that I would "really like to do." Unless you count freezing myself permanently while hooked up to a low-level VR brainwave machine, living out the most desirable experience conceivable by computer programmers.
Ha-ha. Your life is a lie and you're finding yourself to be a confused, lonely person.