New York was awesome! We just got back on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning, but we left with still so many things to do and see. I tried to keep a daily journal, and once I clean it up I’ll post it. I think I saw more celebrities on this trip than I’ve ever seen in my lifetime living in LA. Weird! The hotel we stayed in was right in Times Square, so it was within walking distance of almost everything. Because we’re accustomed to driving everywhere we go, it was a bit tiring walking for a change. It was fun though!
Well, it’s finally over. My career as an undergraduate student of computer science has come to an end. Graduation on Sunday was great, though it all went by so quickly. I think I have to look at the ceremony again to see what actually happened! I spent half of the day yesterday on the Internet doing random, useless things; the other half I spent sleeping. I’ll post pictures somewhere soon. The rest of my life starts here!
On another note, Apple seems to be redesigning their Web site, and Steve Jobs made some cool announcements yesterday at the WWDC in San Francisco. I still haven’t had a chance to look at everything, because my connection at home is too slow. I found a cool Web site, though, where they were giving instant updates on what Jobs was presenting during his keynote presentation yesterday. Take a look at it:
I finished my last final exam this morning (Geography of California)! I think I did well on it, too. I won’t know what my grades are for a few days, but my undergraduate career has officially come to a close. All these years of late night work and sleepless nights have finally paid off. It think its funny how my first class at Cal Poly was a Chemistry class and my last class was a Geography one; neither of them were in Computer Science. Now I just have to wait and see what becomes of my life. The next step, however, is graduation!
I took two of my last three finals today. They went well…at least I think they did. One more final exam and my college career (at least as an undergraduate) is over. I can’t believe four years have gone by so quickly. I feel like saying something greatly philosophical right now, but I can’t really collect my thoughts. In time I will be able to analyze and look back over how education has affected my life. In reality, it has been my life.
I really can’t believe that it has come down to this. I’m three finals away from finishing my undergraduate career in computer science. I have two tomorrow and one more on Wednesday. The scary thing is that I still don’t know what’s going to happen after graduation. Seventeen consecutive years of studying merits a break, I suppose, but I doubt that will be the route I take. Or at least I hope it isn’t. It would be such a weird change of pace. Only time will tell.