~this is halloween~
If gaming as taught me anything, it’s about failure and always asking “why?”
Motivational things will always talk about “No such thing as failure” or some other pale attempt to be helpful in the face of horrendous catastrophe, but ultimately I find it comes down to this:
- You’ve failed, but why? Why is one of the two most important things when dealing with failure, if you know why or at least try your damnedest to find out, you will learn something about your failure.
- Second, use the information. Use everything you’ve learned and act on it to do your best to mitigate the chance of the same failure happening again, or at the very least, know where the failure may come from and brace yourself.
…And at the very least, if you’re busy trying to figure out why or how to prevent it, you may distract yourself from the failure itself.
This is my take on it at least.
*Sees a bunch of stuff saying October nearly here*
Indeed my friends… October is nearly here… >:}
While their current plan is just to make a selfie taking wrist drone, the potential uses for a drone light, small, and flexible enough to be worn and launched from the wrist is absolutely amazing (and equally terrifying, but I’ll stick with amazing for now).
If one could be linked to minimal controls and transmit back to a smartphone or eye-piece you’d beable to carry a small scout everywhere!
Look at my scary pitbull