So many random things to say ...

After a spell of blogging last year for a research collaborative, the latent desire to express ones thoughts has recently been rekindled. Never much of a diarist, blogging is useful insomuch as one does need to follow any chronology or agree to any frequency.

If you are motivated by a theme or an agenda, you can share it here, or when the pressure on the spleen requires ventilation, the blog is a natural outlet.

So, “what is Andrew trying to say” you may ask.

On Teraknor and other related blogs, you will not see any immediate theme emerging, this will come in time, knowing the way I work, I am sure it will be multiple themes. Some educated, some on education, some technical, some off on a tangent and others inexplicable.

Before press the send button, I will share with you a favourite quote, on a subject dear to me:

It is, in fact, nothing short of a miracle that the modern methods of instruction have not entirely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry. Albert Einstein.

Andrew Smith
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