Customization of classes

I am currently taking a class at Geekwise Academy at Bitwise Industries in Fresno and I am rather bored with it at this point. At first, the classes looked great, and I felt they were a perfect match for me. But, now as time wears on and I approach the conclusion of my second class in this collection, I am less motivated and more frustrated. I think I have happened upon the realization that I still am unsure of what I truly want beyond living life. I am confused. I am lacking proper direction. 

I am thinking that that the ideal setup would be to customize classes to the needs of individual students. This world is all about personalization and customization and it should be fully available to everyone.

I have more to say, just unsure how to say it. I lose steam and get tired of writing quickly. Now posting.


Recently, I flew from Missoula, Montana to Fresno, California via Delta Airlines.  My journey was pleasant and, for the most part, uneventful.  The employees were all very polite and helpful and the worst that happened was them not getting one of my two checked bags back to me until the next day.  My first flight by myself and they misplace one of my checked bags.  Not a big deal, 'cause when I did get it back, all was in order and no complaint needed to be filed.  Not so for Dave Carroll.  Watch the video he created and follow his story.

An airline destroying a guitar and then not paying for its negligence is absurd and cause for a boycott.  You won't see me on United anytime soon.
Will Robertson of Livermore, CA