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Status: Priority Task List (2024 - June)

(Work In Progress: output at 14/06/2024 17:20:55)

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  1. Daily Tasks
  2. Top 10
  3. Thesis
  4. Website
  5. Religion
  6. Music
  7. Bridge
  8. Chess
  9. GeneralCulture
  10. Languages
  11. Mathematics
  12. HiQ

Detailed Lists
  1. Daily Tasks (4.5 hours) / day
    1. Bertie: Walk x 2: 90 minutes
    2. Chess: "Grigoryan (Avetik) - ChessMood" - Openings & Tactics: 30 minutes
    3. Chess: "Chess - Chess dot Com" - Daily rapidplay game: 15 minutes
    4. Computer: Read "PC Pro - Computing in the Real World": 5 minutes
    5. Coxes Farm: Read "LPOC - Listed Heritage: The Listed Property Owners' Club Magazine": 5 minutes
    6. Music Aural: "Earmaster - Ear Training & Sight-singing": 15 minutes
    7. Oboe: Practice: 30 minutes
    8. Piano: Practice ("Faber (Nancey) & Faber (Randall) - Faber Piano Adventures: Adult Piano Adventures All-in-One Lesson Book 1: Spiral Bound"): 15 minutes
    9. Religion: Read NT in Greek: 15 minutes
    10. Religion: Read OT (LXX) in Greek: 15 minutes
    11. Religion: Read OT in Hebrew: 15 minutes
    12. Rowing Machine: 15 minutes
    13. Thai: "Mondly - Learn Thai": 5 minutes
  2. Top 10 Items
    1. Add timeline photos to my Biography of Henry3
    2. Complete analysis of "Olson (Eric) - What are We? A Study of Personal Ontology"
    3. Complete documentation of Coxes Farm Repairs4 (Phase III)
    4. Complete documentation of Thesis Technology5
    5. Complete documentation of Photos Timeline Software6
    6. Complete redevelopment of my Backup7 routines
    7. Complete the redevelopment of the ‘Internal Links’ Spider8
    8. Create Timeline page for old Family Photos
    9. Import all recently-acquired pdfs into my database, Notes reading-lists and Thesis Chapters
    10. Move password management to Bitwarden
    11. Nail the Thai script via "Juyaso (Arthit) - Read Thai in 10 Days"
  3. Thesis9 (25 hours per week)
    1. Continue with my Thesis10; in particular
      1. Spend at least an hour a day writing something original; namely, essays on:-
        → The difference between Forward and Backward Psychological Continuity11.
        → The persistence of Androids12.
      2. Continue filling out those sections of my Thesis that I can write something on without further research, using books / papers already analysed.
    2. Continually review the Note describing my Current Beliefs13 on the topic of Personal Identity.
    3. Regularly review and update of the Notes I’ve created on Personal Identity, focusing on those directly referenced by my Current Beliefs14.
    4. Adjust, Create and Complete new PID Notes as seems necessary:-
      1. Aristotle: Set up
      2. Epistemology / Knowledge: Set up
      3. Language of Thought15: Convert to Language (with LOT as a subsection)
      4. Metaphilosophy16: Complete draft
      5. Names: Set up
      6. Panpsychism: Set up (or include under another Note: Mind or Consciousness. See below)
      7. Paradox: Set up
      8. Rationality: Set up
      9. Thought17: Complete draft
      10. Truth: Set up
    5. Make progress on specific Chapters of my Thesis, using the tasks outlined in my Thesis Dashboard18, using the materials listed19 in the Chapters and underlying Notes.
    6. Ensure the following foundational Books20 required for my Thesis are fully annotated21. In particular:-
      1. "Baker (Lynne Rudder) - Persons and Bodies: A Constitution View",
      2. "Olson (Eric) - The Human Animal - Personal Identity Without Psychology", and
      3. "Olson (Eric) - What are We? A Study of Personal Ontology".
    7. Read / review the following fall-out items from my review of "Baker (Lynne Rudder) - Materialism with a Human Face":-
      1. "Baker (Lynne Rudder) - Why Constitution is Not Identity"
      2. "Burke (Michael) - Copper Statues and Pieces of Copper: A Challenge to the Standard Account"
      3. "Burke (Michael) - Persons and Bodies: How to Avoid the New Dualism"
      4. "Forsey (Jane) - Humans and Dumb Animals"
      5. "Gibbard (Allan) - Contingent Identity"
      6. "Johnston (Mark) - Constitution is Not Identity"
      7. "Noonan (Harold) - Constitution Is Identity"
      8. "Olson (Eric) - Reply to Lynne Rudder Baker"
      9. "Phillips (Patrick) - Talking to the Animals"
      10. "Snowdon (Paul) - Persons, Animals, and Ourselves"
      11. "Wells (J'aime) - Language-Using Apes"
    8. Draw up a further SHORT list of books that MUST be studied in great detail. I'll add them in as they arise in the analysis of the above books.
      1. "Hawley (Katherine) - How Things Persist",
      2. "Heller (Mark) - The Ontology of Physical Objects: Four-Dimensional Hunks of Matter",
      3. "Hoffman (Joshua) & Rosenkrantz (Gary) - Substance: Its Nature and Existence",
      4. "Hudson (Hud) - A Materialist Metaphysics of the Human Person",
      5. "Mellor (D.H.) - Real Time II",
      6. "Noonan (Harold) - Personal Identity",
      7. "Van Inwagen (Peter) - Material Beings",
      8. "Sider (Ted) - Four-dimensionalism: An Ontology of Persistence and Time",
      9. "Wiggins (David) - Sameness and Substance Renewed", and
      10. "Wilson (Jack) - Biological Individuality - The identity and Persistence of Living Entities"
    9. Read and comment on22 the following remaining PhD Theses relevant to my own Thesis:-
      1. "Baggini (Julian) - Psychological Reductionism About Persons: A Critical Development",
      2. "Eddebo (Johan) - Death and the Self: A Metaphysical Investigation of the Rationality of Afterlife Beliefs in the Contemporary Intellectual Climate",
      3. "Ferner (Adam) - Metaphysics and biology: a critique of David Wiggins’ account of personal identity",
      4. "Gendler (Tamar Szabo) - Imaginary Exceptions: On the Powers and Limits of Thought Experiment",
      5. "Keles (Serap) - Personal identity and persistence over time : the hybrid view with regard to hylomorphism",
      6. "Kotak (Aakash) - The Hybrid Theory of Personal Identity" (MPhil Thesis)
      7. "Lechthaler (Manuel) - Composition and Identities",
      8. "Lybaert (Fauve) - Personal Identity and the Formal Self",
      9. "Paez (Eze) - Abortion: What We Ought to Believe - An Ontological and Normative Analysis",
      10. "Parsons (Josh) - Theories of Persistence",
      11. "Rau (Philipp) - The Author, Not the Tale: Memory, Narrative, and the Self",
      12. "Skow (Bradford) - Once Upon a Spacetime",
      13. "Southgate (Susan Jane) - Personal Identity: The Simple View",
      14. "Trakas (Marina) - Personal Memories", and
      15. "Woods (Evan Thomas) - The Problems of the Many".
    10. Apply the issues raised by recently-read PhD Theses relevant to my own Thesis to my various Notes:-
      1. "Atkinson (Thomas) - Human organisms and the survival of death: a systematic evaluation of the possibility of life after death given animalism", see also the Section on Resurrection below
      2. "Hodson (Sommer) - A Hybrid View of Personal Identity",
    11. Follow up on Keith Augustine's comments on my review of "Hershenov (David) - Review of Nancey Murphy's 'Bodies and Souls, or Spirited Bodies?'".
    12. Follow up on Wayne Stewart's comments on my Note on Closest Continuers23, including reading and reviewing the following:-
      1. "Clark (Tom) - Death, Nothingness, and Subjectivity"
      2. "Clark (Tom) - A Notable Theoretical Convergence",
      3. "Epstein (Dmitry) - What if We’re Still Here? A Selfish Reason to Care for Future Generations",
      4. "Stewart (Wayne) - Metaphysics by Default",
      5. "Stewart (Wayne) - Metaphysics by Default - Chapter 9:  Existential Passage",
      6. "Stewart (Wayne) - Uzgalis: Accidentally Opening a Transmigration Window by Nixing the Proper Continuer",
      7. "Robert (David) - The Existential Passage Hypothesis",
      8. "Uzgalis (William) - Review - Dainton - The Phenomenal Self",
    13. Teletransportation24 (Update Note using the following):-
      1. "Science Unbound - Teleporters: The Death Machines You Don't Want": Complete reading / reviewing relevant passages in these follow-up items
      2. "Hanley (Richard) - The Metaphysics of Star Trek"
      3. "Gribbin (John) - Schrodinger's Kittens and the Search for Reality"
      4. "Kaku (Michio) - Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration of the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation and Time Travel"
      5. "Krauss (Lawrence M.) - The Physics of Star Trek"
      6. "Penrose (Roger) - The Emperor's New Mind"
      7. "YouTube - Video - The Trouble with Transporters"
    14. Resurrection25
      1. "Atkinson (Thomas) - Human organisms and the survival of death: a systematic evaluation of the possibility of life after death given animalism", a PhD Thesis noted above
      2. "Ayers (Michael R.) - Locke's Theory of Personal Identity",
      3. "Ayers (Michael R.) - Personal Identity Before the Essay",
      4. "Gasser (Georg), Ed. - Personal Identity and Resurrection: How Do We Survive Our Death?",
      5. "Graves (Shawn), Hereth (Blake) & John (Tyler M.) - In Defense of Animal Universalism",
      6. "Jacobs (Jonathan D.) & O'Connor (Timothy) - Emergent individuals and the resurrection",
      7. "Locke (John) - Of Identity and Diversity",
      8. "Loose (Jonathan) - Constitution and the Falling Elevator: The Continuing Incompatibility of Materialism and Resurrection Belief",
      9. "Loose (Jonathan) - Materialism Most Miserable The Prospects for Dualist and Physicalist Accounts of Resurrection",
      10. "Mavrodes (George I.) - The Life Everlasting and the Bodily Criterion of Identity",
      11. "Mooney (Justin) - The possibility of resurrection by reassembly",
      12. "Olson (Eric) - Immanent Causation and Life After Death",
      13. "Olson (Eric) - Life After Death and the Devastation of the Grave",
      14. "Quinn (Philip L.) - Personal Identity, Bodily Continuity and Resurrection",
      15. "Quinn (Philip L.) - Some Problems about Resurrection",
      16. "Thompson (Jon W.) - Individuation, Identity, and Resurrection in Thomas Jackson and John Locke",
      17. "Thompson (Jon W.) - Personal Identity and Resurrection: Early Modern Philosophical Perspectives",
      18. "Van Inwagen (Peter) - The Possibility of Resurrection",
      19. "Zimmerman (Dean) - The Compatibility of Materialism and Survival: The “Falling Elevator” Model",
      20. "Zimmerman (Dean) - Bodily Resurrection: The Falling Elevator Model Revisited"
    15. Complete analysing the following papers26:-
      1. "FT, Baggini (Julian), Warburton (Nigel) - Five Books - The Best Books on How To Think (Like a Philosopher)", **New**
      2. "FT, ChatGPT - Five Books - The Best Books on Artificial Intelligence", **New**
      3. "Cofnas (Nathan) - Research on group differences in intelligence: A defense of free inquiry",
      4. "Corabi (Joseph) & Schneider (Susan) - The Metaphysics of Uploading",
      5. "Frary (Mark) - Beyond Repair",
      6. "Galton (Francis) - Visualised Numerals",
      7. "Giusti (Elena) & Derbew (Sarah) - Decolonizing Blackness, alongside the Classics Curriculum: A conversation with Dr Sarah Derbew",
      8. "Gradesaver - The Satanic Verses by Salman Rushdie: Study Guide - Introduction", Etc.
      9. "Hume (David) - Treatise I.IV.VI: Of Personal Identity",
      10. "Kobie (Nicole) - Neuralink: an old idea that could be the future of medicine",
      11. "Korhonen (Anna), Woodward (Sarah) - This idea must die: 'AI will outsmart the human race'",
      12. "Middleton (Anna), Welford (Megan) - The Ethics of Genomics"
      13. "Moreno Figueroa (Monica), Jolin (Lucy) - A world without oppression to you",
      14. "Mulhall (Stephen) - Non-Identity Crisis", **New**
      15. "Olson (Eric) - The Central Dogma Of Transhumanism",
      16. "Paris (J.J.) & Elias-Jones (A.C.) - Do we murder Mary to save Jodie?",
      17. "Peckham (Jeremy) - AI, humanity and Christian ministry",
      18. "Putnam (Hilary) - Brains in a Vat",
      19. "Stenger (Victor J.), Lindsay (James A.) & Boghossian (Paul) - Physicists Are Philosophers, Too", **New**
      20. "Van Inwagen (Peter) - Materialism and the Psychological-continuity Account of Personal Identity",
      21. "Walker (Robert) - Mary And Jodie – The Case Of The Conjoined Twins",
      22. "Watkin (Christopher) - Christianity and critical race theory",
      23. "Wikipedia - Large language model", and
      24. "Zangwill (Nick) - Our Moral Duty to Eat Meat"
    16. Consciousness27
      1. Dismantle the above report
        1. Transfer historic Actuals to Thesis
        2. Transfer text to:-
          → This Status Report,
          → My Note on Consciousness28.
      2. Aeon29: Read & annotate papers as they arise, especially ...
        1. "Chittka (Lars) & Wilson (Catherine) - Bee-brained": Write-up
        2. "Frankish (Keith) - The Consciousness Illusion": Write-up
        3. "Frohlich (Joel) - Frames of consciousness": Read & write-up
        4. "Parks (Tim) & Manzotti (Riccardo) - You are the world": Read & write-up
        5. "Pigliucci (Massimo) - Consciousness is real": Read & write-up
        6. "Seth (Anil Kumar) - The real problem": Read & write-up
        7. "Seth (Anil Kumar) - How we build perception from the inside out": Write-up
      3. Panpsychism:-
        1. Set up Note on Panpsychism (as above)
        2. "BBC, Bragg (Melvyn) - In Our Time - Panpsychism": Review / revise.
        3. "Goff (Philip) - A Change of Heart on Fine-Tuning": Re-read & comment
        4. "Goff (Philip) - Galileo's Error: Foundations for a New Science of Consciousness": Book. Read.
        5. "Goff (Philip) - Is the Universe a conscious mind?": Re-read & comment
        6. "Goff (Philip) - Panpsychism is crazy, but it’s also most probably true": Re-read & comment
        7. "Goff (Philip) - Purposeful universe": Re-read & comment
        8. "Goff (Philip) - Why? The Purpose of the Universe": Book. Read.
        9. "JCS - Journal of Consciousness Studies, Volume 13, Issue 10-11 (2006)": Book. Read.
      4. Modularity, Connectionism & Innateness: update Note30 using the following:-
        1. "Fodor (Jerry) - There and Back Again: A Review of Annette Karmiloff-Smith's Beyond Modularity",
        2. "Fodor (Jerry) & Pylyshyn (Zenon) - Connectionism and Cognitive Architecture: A Critical Analysis",
        3. "Elman (Jeffrey), Bates (Elizabeth), Johnson (Mark), Karmiloff-Smith (Annette), Parisi (Domenico) & Plunkett (Kim) - Rethinking Innateness",
        4. "Karmiloff-Smith (Annette) - Beyond Modularity",
        5. "Plunkett (Kim) & Elman (Jeffrey) - Exercises in Rethinking Innateness - A Handbook for Connectionist Simulations",
        6. "Pylyshyn (Zenon) - Computation and Cognition: Toward a Foundation of Cognitive Science",
        7. "Rowlands (Mark) - Connectionism and the Language of Thought",
      5. Action the following Books and Papers:-
        1. "Bonhomme (Vincent), Etc. - General Anesthesia: A Probe to Explore Consciousness": Read & write-up
        2. "Crane (Tim) - Elements of Mind - An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind": Re-read and review notes.
        3. "Dehaene (Stanislas) - Consciousness and the Brain: Deciphering How the Brain Codes Our Thoughts": Read.
        4. "Dennett (Daniel) - Illusionism as the Obvious Default Theory of Consciousness": Read.
        5. "Donald (Merlin) - A Mind So Rare: The Evolution of Human Consciousness": Read.
        6. "Eliot (Lise) - What's Going On in There?: How the Brain And Mind Develop in the First Five Years of Life": Read.
        7. "Kammerer (Francois) - The Hardest Aspect of the Illusion Problem - and How to Solve it": Read.
        8. "Metzinger (Thomas), Ed. - Conscious Experience": Burst out Papers and add Metzinger's Abstracts
        9. "Seth (Anil Kumar) - Being You: A New Science of Consciousness": Read.
        10. "Shapiro (Lawrence) - The Mind Incarnate": Read.
        11. "Strawson (Galen) - The Consciousness Deniers": Read & write-up
        12. "Tegmark (Max) - Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence": Write up Chapter 8: Consciousness
    17. Ensure the annotations from recently-read Papers are added to the relevant Notes:-
      1. "Ayers (Michael R.) - Locke on Living Things"
      2. "Baker (Lynne Rudder) - Materialism with a Human Face"
      3. "Baker (Lynne Rudder) - Review of 'What Are We? A Study in Personal Ontology' by Eric T. Olson"
    18. As background tasks:-
      1. Ensure all items in:-
        1. "Various - Papers on Desktop", and
        2. "Various - Papers in Desk Drawer"
        are either addressed or re-filed.
      2. Maintain "Various - Papers & Books Yet To Be Logged", and log papers therein if they become important.
      3. Convert old PDFs to Notes:-
        1. Review the two reports:-
        2. PDF-précis,
        3. PDF-essays31.
        4. Determine how the first is produced, and why the pdfs aren't highlighted, and compare with Write-ups Notes Jump Table
        5. Convert outstanding Essays & Précises.
      4. Complete cataloguing the books downloaded from Springer,
      5. Continue / complete reading / annotating various books32 that have landed in my in-tray:-
        1. "Barash (David P.) - Through a Glass Brightly: Using Science to See Our Species as We Really Are",
        2. "Blatti (Stephan) & Snowdon (Paul), Eds. - Animalism: New Essays on Persons, Animals, and Identity",
        3. "Bostrom (Nick) - Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies",
        4. "Bradley (Ben), Feldman (Fred) & Johansson (Jens) - The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Death",
        5. "Clark (Andy) - The Experience Machine: How Our Minds Predict and Shape Reality",
        6. "Dennett (Daniel) - Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking",
        7. "Edmonds (David) - Would You Kill the Fat Man? The Trolley Problem and What Your Answer Tells Us about Right and Wrong",
        8. "Erber (Joan T.) & Szuchman (Lenore T.) - Great Myths of Aging",
        9. "Green (Joel B.) - Body, Soul, and Human Life: The Nature of Humanity in the Bible",
        10. "Hofstadter (Douglas) & Dennett (Daniel), Eds. - The Mind's I - Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul",
        11. "Kagan (Shelly) - How to Count Animals, more or less",
        12. "Korsgaard (Christine) - Fellow Creatures: Our Obligations to the Other Animals",
        13. "Loke (Andrew Ter Ern) - The Origin of Humanity and Evolution: Science and Scripture in Conversation",
        14. "Levitin (Daniel) - The Changing Mind: A Neuroscientist's Guide to Ageing Well",
        15. "Lyons (Siobhan) - Death and the Machine: Intersections of Mortality and Robotics",
        16. "Marshall (Richard) - Philosophy at 3:AM: Questions and Answers with 25 Top Philosophers",
        17. "Martin (L. Michael) & Augustine (Keith) - The Myth of an Afterlife: The Case against Life After Death",
        18. "Miller (Kristie) - Issues in Theoretical Diversity: Persistence, Composition, and Time",
        19. "Peckham (Jeremy) - Masters or Slaves?: AI And The Future Of Humanity",
        20. "Price (Huw) - Time's Arrow and Archimedes' Point: New Directions for the Physics of Time",
        21. "Ricard (Matthieu) - A Plea for the Animals: The Moral, Philosophical, and Evolutionary Imperative to Treat All Beings with Compassion",
        22. "Rowlands (Mark) - The Philosopher and the Wolf",
        23. "Schneider (Susan) - Artificial You",
        24. "Shermer (Michael), Gould (Stephen Jay) - Why People Believe Weird Things: Pseudoscience, Superstition, and Other Confusions of Our Time",
        25. "Seung (Sebastian) - Connectome: How the Brain's Wiring Makes Us Who We Are",
        26. "Singer (Peter) - The Life You Can Save: How to Do Your Part to End World Poverty",
        27. "Vonnegut (Kurt) - Slaughterhouse 5, or The Children's Crusade - A Duty-dance with Death",
        28. "Walker (Matthew P.) - Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams",
        29. "Wasserman (Ryan) - The Paradoxes of Time Travel", and
        30. "Wyatt (John) - Matters of Life and Death".
      6. Continue reading and reviewing papers issued by Aeon33 (and the occasional spin-off). In particular, complete write-ups34 for the following 95 items: Follow this Link35.
      7. Keep up with the Journals via JSTOR & Cambridge Core.
      8. Update my Journals Note36: Review the journals I have access to; more are available as a Cambridge Alumnus.
      9. Keep up with the philosophical world by regular reviews of "Interaction - Philos-List", but only seriously pursue items relevant to my research.
  4. Website37 (7 hours per week)
    1. Own Website: Priority 1 Items By Category:-
      • Architecture
        1. Complete XRef-re-engineering project:-
          1. Ensure all links and link-pages use the new XRef table, and pension off the old tables where appropriate.
          2. Check all link-types still work and fix any errors.
          3. Complete the auto-triggering of regeneration of “associated” link pages.
          4. Fix Bug whereby PaperSummary pages seem to have “Works-” and “Books/Papers-” Citings that refer to the same link-pages.
          5. Complete Documenting38 the process!
      • Backups
        1. Determine why flag on directories "not to be backed up" gets reset
        2. Document and enable regular running of the de-duplication function ('pruning') of the backup disk. Keep a full record of deleted duplicates.
        3. Investigate historic error messages
        4. Investigate Record-count discrepancies:-
          1. How do website files work as far as counts are concerned?
          2. Why aren't they recorded in Backup_History, nor the fact that the website was backed up?
          3. Different counts depending on whether new or old laptop is backed up. Investigate 63k discrepancy - lower on new laptop.
        5. Review architecture to improve performance; Need to document39 first
      • Books/Papers
        1. For Books and Papers - add link pages - analogous to:-
          → BooksToNotes_
          → BookCitings_
          → PapersToNotes_
          → PaperCitings_
          linked to from:-
          → BookSummaries_
          → PaperSummary_
          and (maybe) from:-
          → BookPaperAbstracts_
          → Abstract_
          But, the links are FROM the Book / Paper, rather than TO
          For Books, ensure that all the links from all the Book's Papers are also included
        2. Sub-Topic ID has reached 996: Whaty happens after 999? Research and Fix
      • Documentation
        1. Website Generator Documentation - Audio40: Review & Complete Documentation
        2. Website Generator Documentation - Author Narratives41: Complete Documentation
        3. Website Generator Documentation - Citations42: Complete Documentation
        4. Website Generator Documentation - Create Notes Web Pages43: Complete Documentation
        5. Website Generator Documentation - Functional Overview44: Review & Complete Documentation
        6. Website Generator Documentation - Language / Ling Pages45: Complete Documentation
        7. Website Generator Documentation - Links & Link-Pages46: Complete Documentation
        8. Website Generator Documentation - Monthly Reporting47: Complete Documentation
        9. Website Generator Documentation - Note References & Reading List48: Complete Documentation
        10. Website Generator Documentation - PID Note, Book & Paper Usage49: Complete Documentation
        11. Website Generator Documentation - Precis Export50: Complete Documentation
        12. Website Generator Documentation - Prune Website51: Complete Documentation
        13. Website Generator Documentation - Spider & System Backups52: Complete Documentation
        14. Website Generator Documentation - Thesis Dashboard53: Complete Documentation
        15. Website Generator Documentation - Thesis Technology54: Complete Documentation
        16. Website Generator Documentation - Time Recording55: Complete Documentation
        17. Website Generator Documentation - Timelines (Photos & Blog)56: Complete Documentation
      • Education
        1. Read "PC Pro - Computing in the Real World".
        2. Read "White (Ron) & Downs (Timothy Edward) - How Computers Work: The Evolution of Technology".
      • Infrastructure
        1. Investigate purchase of a new colour printer - or refurbish the old one!
        2. Look into migrating from EE / to Zen Internet
        3. Migrate 2 x Laptop + Desktop from Norton AV to Microsoft Defender
        4. Migrate from Chrome to Bitwarden for password management
      • Notes
        1. Allow the option to embed blocks of re-usable text in Notes (ie. linearly embed them essay-style) rather than using hyperlinking. Slightly analogous to Note_Snippets or Sub_Notes, but more flexible.
          1. For use as "disclaimers".
          2. The identical block of text in the Dashboard57 to that in the Note Thesis - Method & Form58 that describes the Thesis.
          3. For Thesis / essays: the difficulty here is the need for linking passages to make the text run smoothly.
          4. As a more controllable alternative to 'Printable Notes'.
        2. Correct processing for 'References & Reading List' section in Thesis - References59. There are over 7,000 but only 7 items appear!
        3. Determine why all my Status Reports from September 2021 are missing from Notes_Archive. Seek to recover them from backups.
        4. Develop method for (manually) deleting otiose Archived Notes: ie. ensure links work for remaining Notes!
        5. Enhance PID Note, Book & Paper Usage60 to include a section listing works cited in my Thesis but not read
        6. Investigate Note_Links: Section references seem to be incorrect
        7. Notes_Links: Segment & Provide Jump Table (Eg. For Thought61)
        8. PID Thesis References - De-duplicate / suppress and / or change sort order / aggregation for non-anthology book chapters
        9. Upgrade Auto_Reference_Notes to reference Sub-Notes: Used to only affect one note - Somerset Maugham - but now may be urgent
        10. When using the '#' reference to Notes, allow the omission of the Note ID for links within the same Note.
      • Papers
        1. Split PDFs Available on Local Website62 page into alphabetical sub-pages
      • Photos
        1. Timeline software63: Add photos for Bakers' Coxes Farm Development Phase III
        2. Timeline software64: Add photos for Henry's Biography
      • Spider
        1. Investigate reduction in size of Web_Generator_Performance database that holds Raw_Links.
          1. Suppress MsgBox for 'Near to 2Gb' database size check (just use Debug).
          2. One-off deletion of rather useless links: EMail, TheosStyle.css, TT_ICO.png, #Top, ...
          3. Remove code that generates these links, and check them.
          4. Investigate removal of website 'root' (C:\Theo's Files\Websites\Theo's Website\) from Raw_Link and Full_Link. This would save 200Mb, but needs careful checking - especially against the Directory_Structure and related tables and code.
          5. If the above 'root' change is to go ahead - one-off updates + code changes required.
        2. Use Edge rather than Internet Explorer for External Links Spider
      • Status
        1. Bible Reading Status Reporting: Adjust completion algorithm in Functor_21 (Option 31) to allow for slower progress since pause
        2. Reorganise Status Reporting:-
          1. Merge Consciousness Project65 with Thesis66 (as a sub-project).
            → Merge historic plan & actuals
            → Adjust current Thesis plan, actuals & task list.
          2. Create a new Project: Culture & Politics
            → Move 'Thesis background reading / writing and 'Aeon' to this new project.
            → Create project plan and move historic actuals to it.
            → Adjust 'Thesis' historic actuals and task list: move relevant items to new project.
          3. Make sure the Status reports - both manual and automatic - still work
      • WebRefs
        1. Create a page showing the use of WebRefs more clearly. The pages accessed via Theo Todman's Web-Links Test Webpages are of little use other than as an audit. Also, there are many broken links not picked up by the Spider. Need pages that use meaningful names.
        2. Documentation & Bug-fixes: Phase 2
          1. Re-document the procedures in the light of recent changes.
          2. Resolve issues generated / revealed by the spider.
          3. Investigate - and fix where possible - broken links.
        3. Find a way of recording Missing / Unknown Webrefs (eg. Webrefs 8395 and 8342 in Archived Notes 1292 and 1317) other than debug.print: create table, then suppress message for known problems
        4. Investigate items flagged as defunct. Populate Defunct_Explanation in WebRefs_Table. Consider use of FairUse (Link (Fair Use)) for documents no longer available that I'd downloaded.
        5. Investigate WebRefs with Issue = 'URL Translated OK': does the translation really work? How?
    2. Other Websites: Priority 1 Items By Category:-
  5. Religion67 (4 hours per week)
    1. Philosophy of Religion:
      1. "Antony (Louise M.) - Philosophers without Gods: Meditations on Atheism and the Secular Life": Continue reading,
      2. "Davis (Stephen T.) - The Mad/Bad/God Trilemma: A Reply to Daniel Howard-Snyder": Annotate,
      3. "Ginn (Roy) - According to the Scriptures": Complete write-up
      4. "Howard-Snyder (Daniel) - Does Faith Entail Belief": Read,
      5. "Howard-Snyder (Daniel) - The Skeptical Christian": Read,
      6. "Howard-Snyder (Daniel) - Was Jesus Mad, Bad, Or God?…Or Merely Mistaken?": Annotate,
      7. "Insole (Christopher J.) - Realism and Anti-Realism": Read,
      8. "YouTube - Video - Atheists deny reality": Annotate,
      9. "YouTube - Video - 'It’s impossible for atheists to do this!' …but It’s Not": Annotate.
    2. Science & the Bible:-
      1. "Plantinga (Alvin) & Dennett (Daniel) - Science and Religion: Are They Compatible?",
      2. "Instone-Brewer (David) - Science and the Bible: Modern Insights for an Ancient Text", and
      3. "Loke (Andrew Ter Ern) - The Origin of Humanity and Evolution: Science and Scripture in Conversation",
    3. Bible:
      1. "Bibleworks - Bibleworks: OT & NT", and
      2. "Lanier (Gregory R.) & Ros (William A.) - Septuaginta: A Reader's Edition - Volume 1".
    4. Qur'an / Islam:
      1. "Asad ( Muhammad), Qur'an - The Message of the Quran: The Full Account of the Revealed Arabic Text Accompanied by Parallel Transliteration",
      2. "Burton (John), Qur'an - The Collection of the Qur'an".
      3. "Jones (Alan), Qur'an - Arabic Through the Qur'an", Note68
      4. "Omar (Abdul Mannan), Qur'an - The Dictionary of the Holy Quran: Arabic Words - English Meanings",
      5. "Qur'an - Easy Quran: Arabic Text With Word For Word English Translation",
      6. "Wansbrough (John), Rippin (Andrew), Qur'an - Quranic Studies: Sources and Methods of Scriptural Interpretation".
    5. Background:
      1. Aeon: Read & annotate papers as they arise
      2. "Finkelstein (Israel) & Silberman (Neil Asher) - The Bible Unearthed": Continue reading
      3. "Taylor (Joan E.) - Jesus and Brian: Exploring the Historical Jesus and His Times Via Monty Python's Life of Brian": Review KCL Conference videos
      4. Incorporate downloaded David Instone-Brewer papers into my database.
  6. Music69 (7 hours per week)
    1. Administration
      1. Organise the Enigma Ensemble: dates, music & finances.
      2. Organise a mini-concert by the Enigma Ensemble at the St. John's Lunchtime Cafe for sometime in June or July.
      3. Complete my feasibility study Music Score OCR & Editing Software70. Outstanding actions:-
        1. Review MuseScore Editing documentation.
        2. Investigate MuseScore Scores database.
        3. Bach Minuet: Use MuseScore to add consistent dynamics to parts for Enigma Ensemble.
        4. Miller of Dee: Use MuseScore to combine individual scores into orchestral score. Create Midi file for distribution.
        5. Use MuseScore to tidy up scans for:-
          → Orchestral Exercises
          → Bach Difficult Passages
          → Mike Mower pieces
          → Grade VI, VII & VIII piano-accompanied pieces: also extract piano accompaniments
          → Enigma Clarinet transpositions: transpose any requested
    2. Oboe:-
      1. Practice the oboe for one 30-minute session each and every day71 – focussing on the items below and …
      2. Occasionally add an extra half-hour session to help build up stamina further.
      3. Enigma Ensemble: attend the fortnightly sessions and practice any difficult pieces, especially Bach Organ Sonata No. 4.II (Andante).
      4. Continue to try to get a grip on the oboe's high notes, especially above high D. Use:-
        YouTube: Oboe Files - How to play high notes; 2nd/3rd octave with Fingerings!, and
        Oboe Files - How to: high notes on the oboe (Fingerings and tips for the 2nd/3rd octave with video tutorial)
      5. Work through, and perfect, scales & arpeggios72 for Grades I-VIII, using
        "Trinity Guildhall - Trinity Guildhall Scales & Arpeggios for Oboe (Grades 1–8)",
        "ABRSM - Scales and Arpeggios for Oboe, Grades 1-8 (ABRSM Scales & Arpeggios)", and ... more entertaining ...
        "Hinke (Gustav Adolf) - Elementary Method For Oboe".
      6. Improve sight-reading by playing through
        "Trinity Guildhall - Sound at Sight Oboe Grades 1-8", and
        "Davies (John) & Harris (Paul) - 80 Graded Studies for Oboe: Book 1".
      7. Occasionally review Grade VI pieces, in particular
        "Boni (Giovanni) - Sonata in G" (Prelude, but also 2nd, 3rd & 4th movements for interest),
        "Davies (John) & Harris (Paul) - 80 Graded Studies for Oboe: Book 2" (Blatt - Study No. 52),
        "Morricone (Ennio) - Gabriel's Oboe (Piano Solo Or Oboe/Piano)"
        "Miller (Vojislav) & Liebermann (Winfried), Eds. - Test Pieces for Orchestral Auditions (Orchester Probespiel) - Oboe" (Eroica, Aida, Der Freischutz),
        "Nielsen (Carl) - Two Fantasy Pieces, Op. 2" (Romanze only)
      8. Prepare Grade VII pieces, in particular73
        "Albinoni (Tomaso) - Concerto in D Minor Op. 9/2 for Oboe & Piano", 1st movement (but also 2nd & 3rd for interest)
        "Bach (J.S.) - 105 Difficult Passages from the Works of J. S. Bach. For oboe", Items 49 & 70
        "Cimarosa (Domenico) - Oboe Concerto in C minor", All, but particularly 1st & 4th movements
        "Davies (John) & Harris (Paul) - 80 Graded Studies for Oboe: Book 2" (Ferling - Study No. 62)
        "Fiocco (J.H.) - Arioso - Oboe + Piano",
        "Head (Michael) - Presto for Oboe & Piano",
        "Hinke (Gustav Adolf) - Elementary Method For Oboe", Items 14 & 18
        "Miller (Vojislav) & Liebermann (Winfried), Eds. - Test Pieces for Orchestral Auditions (Orchester Probespiel) - Oboe" (Mozart Jupiter, Tchaikovsky Pathetique, Stravinsky Pucinella),
        "Mower (Mike) - The Good Tempered Oboe" (Nos. 28 & 35: 'Jauntless Jig' & 'May The Fourth Be With You'; also No. 30: 'Answer the Question'),
        "Nielsen (Carl) - Two Fantasy Pieces, Op. 2" (Humoresque),
        "Saint-Saens (Camille) - Sonata Op.166 in D Major for Oboe & Piano" (1st Movement),
        "Schumann (Robert) - 3 Romances, Op. 94 for Oboe and Piano" (1st & 3rd Movements; 2nd for interest).
      9. Prepare Grade VIII pieces, in particular74
        "Bach (J.S.) - 105 Difficult Passages from the Works of J. S. Bach. For oboe", Items 62, 66 and 28
        "Davies (John) & Harris (Paul) - 80 Graded Studies for Oboe: Book 2" (Harris - Study No. 74; Luft - Study No. 77)
        "Miller (Vojislav) & Liebermann (Winfried), Eds. - Test Pieces for Orchestral Auditions (Orchester Probespiel) - Oboe" (try various),
        "Mower (Mike) - The Good Tempered Oboe" (No. 44 - 'Dop Dop Doobah'; also No. 45: 'Enlightenment'),
        "Saint-Saens (Camille) - Sonata Op.166 in D Major for Oboe & Piano" (2nd & 3rd Movements),
      10. Read and apply oboe practice techniques recommended by:-
        Martin Schuring, and
        "Benedetti (Nicola) - My five tips for learning an instrument".
      11. Read "Caplan (Stephen) - Oboe: The Breathing Book".
    3. Piano: Try to develop some minimal competence as an aid to theory, so:-
      1. Continue practicing "Rhodes (James) - How to Play the Piano" (Bach's Prelude #1),
      2. Work through "Faber (Nancey) & Faber (Randall) - Faber Piano Adventures: Adult Piano Adventures All-in-One Lesson Book 1: Spiral Bound",
      3. Work through "ABRSM - Selected Piano Exam Pieces 2009-2010: Grade 1", and
      4. Try to play by ear, using for inspiration:-
        "Cannel (Ward) & Marx (Fred) - How to Play the Piano Despite Years of Lessons: What Music Is and How to Make It at Home".
    4. Theory: Prepare for Grade 5 Theory, so:-
      1. Study
        "Taylor (Eric) - The AB Guide to Music Theory - Part 1", and
        "Taylor (Eric) - The AB Guide to Music Theory - Part 2",
      2. Whiz through75 the exercises in
        "Taylor (Eric) - Music Theory in Practice: Grade 1",
        "Taylor (Eric) - Music Theory in Practice: Grade 2",
        "Taylor (Eric) - Music Theory in Practice: Grade 3",
        "Taylor (Eric) - Music Theory in Practice: Grade 4", and
        "Taylor (Eric) - Music Theory in Practice: Grade 5",
    5. Aural:
      1. Run through:-
        "Trinity Guildhall - Trinity College London Aural Tests Book 1 (Initial to Grade 5) 2017", and
        "Trinity Guildhall - Trinity College London Aural Tests Book 2 (Grades 6 to 8) 2017".
      2. Get a grip on the process of ear-training by
        → Reading "Deutsch (Diana) - Absolute Pitch", and related material76, and
        → Seriously engage with "Earmaster - Ear Training & Sight-singing".
      3. Try out "Boytim (Joan Frey) - The First Book Of Baritone/Bass Solos".
      4. Also follow up items in:-
        "Various - Music - Aural - Various On-line Training".
  7. Bridge77 (7 hours per week)
    1. Play:-
      → Mayflower: Weekly on Tuesday, with Albert
      → Chelmsford: Monthly on second Friday, with Albert
      → ECBA Championship Pairs (Barleylands): All-play-all (Sunday 21st April 2024) - possibly with David P or Albert
      → Social event (David's): All-play-all (Sunday 28th April 2024)
    2. Bridge Admin:
      → Website and Secretarial duties for Mayflower Bridge Club.
      → Maintain website for Hutton Union.
      → Maintain my Bridge Page78.
    3. Study: Re-read Hand-counting papers, focussing on
      → Papers in Counting the Hands79,
      "Bourke (Tim) & Smith (Marc), Bird (David) - Countdown to Winning Bridge"
      "Lawrence (Mike) - How to read your opponents' cards: The bridge expert's way to locate missing high cards", and
      "Lawrence (Mike) - How to Play Card Combinations"
    4. Read "Kelsey (Hugh) & Glauert (Michael) - Bridge Odds for Practical Players".
    5. "Reading - Bridge - Magazines".
  8. Chess80 (4 hours per week)
    1. "Grigoryan (Avetik) - ChessMood", focusing on - in priority sequence:-
      1. "Grigoryan (Avetik) - ChessMood - Courses: Openings",
      2. "Grigoryan (Avetik) - ChessMood - Courses: End Game",
      3. "Grigoryan (Avetik) - ChessMood - Courses: Tactics",
      4. "Grigoryan (Avetik) - ChessMood - Improvement Plans", and
      5. "Grigoryan (Avetik) - ChessMood - General Reading"
    2. Chess Training - Play & Review:-
      1. Game analysis & On-line play,
      2. LiChess: Investigate and consider migrating from LiChess is the platform recommended by ChessMood.
      3. Complete review of 2018/19 season's games,
      4. Complete review of 2019/20 season's games,
      5. Train Tommy as opportunity arises.
    3. Chess Study / Reading81: Focus on ChessMood but hold the following in reserve:-
      1. "Hansen (Carsten) - Back to Basics: Chess Openings: A comprehensive guide to chess openings and opening play",
      2. "Kuljasevic (Davorin) - How to Study Chess on Your Own: Creating a Plan that Works… and Sticking to it!",
      3. "Ris (Robert) - Crucial Chess Skills for the Club Player: Volume 1",
      4. "Ris (Robert) - Crucial Chess Skills for the Club Player: Volume 2", and
      5. "Willemze (Thomas) - The Chess Toolbox: Practical Techniques Everyone Should Know".
    4. Update my Chess Page82.
    5. Why Play Chess?:
      1. Seriously consider the issues raised by "Ramon y Cajal (Santiago) - On Chess".
      2. Counter this with responsibiity to the local chess scene, now I've made contact, and with training Tommy
  9. GeneralCulture83 (4 hours per week)
    1. Continue / complete reading various books that have landed in my in-tray84:-
      1. "Doyle (Andrew) - The New Puritans: How the Religion of Social Justice Captured the Western World",
      2. "Ryback (Timoth W.) - Takeover",
      3. "Thucydides, Crawley (Richard), Warrington (John) - The History of the Peloponnesian War", and
      4. "Toner (Jerry) - A Grand Tour of the Roman Empire by Marcus Sidonius Falx",
    2. Aeon85
      1. Continue collecting, reading and reviewing papers issued by Aeon & Psyche (and the occasional spin-off).
      2. In particular, complete write-ups for:-
        "Neumeyer (Joy) - The discontent of Russia"
    3. Five Books ("FT - Five Books - Various Subjects not covered elsewhere", Etc)
      1. Continue collecting, reading and reviewing relevant books.
    4. Coxes Farm: Read:-
      1. "Yorke (Trevor) - Timber-Framed Building Explained",
      2. "Yorke (Trevor) - Tudor Houses Explained",
      3. "Barratt (Nick) - Tracing the History of Your House: The Building, the People, the Past", and
      4. "Brunskill (R.W.) - Vernacular Architecture: An Illustrated Handbook"
  10. Languages86 (4 hours per week)
    1. This Quarter
      1. Thai:-
        "Juyaso (Arthit) - Read Thai in 10 Days",
        "Mondly - Learn Thai"
      2. Ling Language Learning: complete importing all 50 lessons for 24 languages into my database (time to be booked to my Web-Tools87 project).
    2. General:
      1. Brief Thoughts on Language & Languages88
    3. Other Scripts: Thoroughly get to grips with:-
      1. Armenian: "Andonian (Hagop) - Beginner's Armenian",
      2. Hindi: "Snell (Rupert) - Beginner's Hindi Script",
      3. Khmer: "Hok (Dara) - Cambodian Alphabet"
      4. Korean: "Go (Billy) - Korean Made Simple: A beginner's guide to learning the Korean language: 1",
      5. Lao: "Lao Lessons - How to Write in Lao: Lao writing workbook"
      6. Persian: "Farzad (Narguess) - Complete Modern Persian",
      7. Urdu: "Delacy (Richard) - Read and Write Urdu Script".
    4. Brush up on Biblical Hebrew & Greek and learn Qur'anic Arabic:-
      1. "Lambdin (Thomas) - Introduction to Biblical Hebrew", and
      2. "Williamson (H.G.M.) - Annotated Key to Lambdin's Introduction to Biblical Hebrew"
      3. "Wenham (John) - The Elements of New Testament Greek", and
      4. "Wenham (John) - Key to the Elements of New Testament Greek", and
      5. "Jones (Alan), Qur'an - Arabic Through the Qur'an"
    5. Priority 1
      1. French:
        "Ling - Learn French"
      2. German:
        "Tenberg (Reinhard) & Ainslie (Susan) - Deutsch Plus",
        "Ling - Learn German"
      3. Greek (Modern):
        "Matsukas (Aristarhos) - Complete Greek Course",
        "Ling - Learn Greek"
      4. Italian:
        "Freeth (Mariolina) & Checketts (Giuliana) - Contatti 1: A First Course in Italian",
        "Ling - Learn Italian"
      5. Portuguese:
        "Whitlam (John) - Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar: A Practical Guide",
        "Ling - Learn Portuguese"
      6. Spanish:
        "Gordon (Ronni L.) & Stillman (David M.) - The Ultimate Spanish Review and Practice",
        "Ling - Learn Spanish"
      7. Thai:
        "Mondly - Learn Thai",
        "Ling - Learn Thai",
        "Becker (Benjawan Poomsan) - Thai for Beginners",
        "Juyaso (Arthit) - Read Thai in 10 Days"
      8. Ukrainian:
        "Bekh (Olena) & Dingley (James) - Complete Ukrainian Beginner to Intermediate Course",
        "Lonely Planet, Pavlyshyn (Marko) - Lonely Planet Ukrainian Phrasebook & Dictionary",
        "Ling - Learn Ukrainian",
        "Wikipedia - Ukrainian Alphabet",
        "Wikipedia - Ukrainian Language"
    6. Priority 2
      1. Arabic (Modern):
        "Ling - Learn Arabic"
      2. Chinese:
        "Ling - Learn Chinese"
      3. Hebrew (Modern):
        "Raizen (Esther) - Modern Hebrew for Beginners: A Multimedia Program for Students at the Beginning and Intermediate Levels",
        "Ling - Learn Hebrew"
      4. Hindi:
        "Ling - Learn Hindi"
      5. Japanese:
        "Lammers (W.P.) - Japanese the Manga Way: An Illustrated Guide to Grammar and Structure",
        "Ling - Learn Japanese"
      6. Turkish:
        "Celen-Pollard (Asuman) & Pollard (David) - Turkish (Teach Yourself Complete Courses)",
        "Ling - Learn Turkish"
      7. Urdu:
        "Ling - Learn Urdu"
    7. Priority 3
      1. Amharic:
        "Halcomb (T. Michael W.) - Introducing Amharic: An Interactive Workbook",
        "Ling - Learn Amharic"
      2. Armenian:
        "Schumann (Johannes) - Armenian for beginners",
        "Ling - Learn Armenian"
      3. Danish:
        "Koefoed (H.A.) - Teach Yourself Danish",
        "Ling - Learn Danish"
      4. Dutch:
        "Shetter (William) - Introduction to Dutch - A Practical Grammar",
        "Ling - Learn Dutch"
      5. Khmer:
        "Hok (Dara) - Cambodian Alphabet"
        "Wikipedia - Khmer Script"
        "Wikipedia - Khmer Language"
      6. Korean:
        "Ling - Learn Korean"
      7. Lao:
        "Lao Lessons - How to Write in Lao: Lao writing workbook"
        "Wikipedia - Lao Script"
        "Wikipedia - Lao Language"
      8. Persian:
        "Ling - Learn Persian"
      9. Polish:
        "Lonely Planet, Czajkowski (Piotr) - Lonely Planet Polish Phrasebook & Dictionary",
        "Ling - Learn Polish"
      10. Russian:
        "West (Daphne) - Russian",
        "Ling - Learn Russian"
      11. Swahili:
        "Wood (Laurence) & Shadrack (Jaba Tumaini) - Learn Swahili Quickly and Easily: The theory made simple",
        "Ling - Learn Swahili"
      12. Swedish:
        "McClean (R.J.) - Swedish: A Grammar of the Modern Language",
        "Ling - Learn Swedish"
    8. Priority 4
      1. Coptic:
        "Layton (Bentley) - Coptic in 20 Lessons: Introduction to Sahidic Coptic with Exercises and Vocabularies"
      2. Egyptian:
        "Collier (Mark) & Manley (Bill) - How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs: A Step-by-step Guide to Teach Yourself Hieroglyphs"
      3. Latin:
        "Duolingo - Duolingo Latin"
      4. Syriac:
        "Robinson (Theodore) - Paradigms and Exercises in Syriac Grammar"
  11. Mathematics89 (0 hours per week)
    1. "Admin - Math Trainer": Try out90
    2. Aeon91: Read papers as they arise.
    3. "Cummings (Jay) - Proofs: A Long-Form Mathematics Textbook": Read.
    4. "Gowers (Timothy), Barrow-Green (June) & Leader (Imre), Eds. - The Princeton Companion to Mathematics": Browse.
    5. "Polya (George), Stewart (Ian) - How to Solve IT: A New Aspect of Mathematical Method": Read.
    6. "Shapiro (Stewart) - Thinking about Mathematics - The Philosophy of Mathematics": Complete reading.
    7. "Smith (Martin) - Why Throwing 92 Heads in a Row Is Not Surprising": Analyze.
    8. "UKMT, du Sautoy (Marcus) - The Ultimate Mathematical Challenge": Try the puzzles.
    9. "Wikipedia - Normal Distribution",
    10. "Wikipedia - Cauchy Distribution", and
    11. "Wikipedia - Prosecutor's fallacy"
  12. HiQ92 (0 hours per week)
    1. ISPE
      • Investigate & take part in ISPE Ning. There's recently been some advertising of Zoom meetings.
      • Read "ISPE - The Thousander",
      • Read "ISPE - Telicom",
      • Consider submitting articles on my research to Telicom as a way of getting feedback.
    2. Mensa
      • Nothing planned.
    3. General IQ Investigation

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