Speaking of which -if only to entertain myself with a lengthdigression -I saw a very cool youtube video a few days ago and I found myself relating to this guy in I managed to sink a week into it before starting again and coming up with something simpler but less effective. A system I came up with to synchronize game assets between Unity and my 3D design software allowing for more functionality has become a massive, neverending chore, among other things. The way I tend to solve problems with regards to game development are similar to the way Cliff solved his.
Chasing my own tail, going round in circles, getting very little done… a bit like this blog post. Therefore, f**k all to say about it. Which is the most practical solution do you think? Sigh.
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He’s great: Check out how he solves his particular problem. BUT HOW COOL IS THAT? Sorry about that. I'm not sure what causes low period, but it just feelslike there's no more fuel left in the tank.
Recently I’ve found myself getting stuck in a groove, running in circles, a bit of an old habit of mine unfortunately. I know I said the same last week, myapologies for not following it up. What are some options? 1) Well he could just crawl about on his belly in the darkness with a torch to find and access his stored goods. 2) He could Watch this video, his name is Clifford Stoll, he likes bottles.
This has happened to me time and time again with recent projects. Another aspect of the problem, besides incompetence and lack of motivation, is my insufferable need for perfection. Edward "Eddie" Elizabeth Hitler-Bottom Anywayif it's not obvious yet, I've got f**k alldone recently. Frankly I’d rather ignore it and post an excuse on facebook instead.
Not option 3. It helps to organize my thoughts. So what’s gone wrong exactly? Today however, writing this blog feels like honouring a pointless tradition.
I really will tryto put together a blog next week instead. Following that I’ve felt thoroughly unmotivated, avoiding anysubstantial tasks, instead getting lost in similarly heady and pointless routines. I start coding with a vague goal in mind, but I end up digging a hole, a deep hole, and I keep digging, and then I realise I’ve spent 2 weeks I'm not so keen on writingStall Log #2, that would be a bit depressing you know?
It’s difficult to explain, but essentially I’ve started something that required more maintenance and debugging than I predicted. UPDATE (October 11th 2016) Figured a quickupdate is better than no blog post at all. Hopefully I'll get over this dip and get back on trackin due time.
It’s annoying isn’t it?
here is the properties, and the error code: this device cannot start (code 10).
This package installs the software (AMD USB Filter Driver) to enable the following device.
When I turned it back on, the problem started.
For information.Standard openHCD USB host controller All four of the Standard openHCD USB host controllers have that would normally use an AMD SB USB filter driver.Description: Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller
I get sidetracked this way into designing overly complex systems if it gives me joy, but that soon turns to frustration when I realise it as a pointless endeavour. … I know the 2nd option would suffice, but naturally I’m inclined to choose the 3rd option if it looks fun, regardless of how many more days or weeks it’ll require. Sorry for the lack of ablog post this week.