Back to reality

The past couple of weeks (really since the start of the semester) my head has been in the clouds thinking about how great it is to get in the real world and create things people really care about. I'll be honest, school has really taken a back seat. My priorites (in order) have really been:
  • Meet with really smart, driven, helpful individuals
  • Idea generation, and the hacking/iteration of those ideas
  • Track
  • Schoolwork
But I have two midterms, a paper, and a big assignment due this week before I'm off the Spring break to do more of the meeting smart, driven people, hacking, and training for track. I've forced myself to do some hardcore studying (in between managing server issues...) for these classes which I have not really been to. I've just finished studying for OPIM (for tonight) and hopefully my coach will understand if I leave practice a little early for doing some quick pre-test cramming. I've actually found OPIM to be pretty easy and I think I'll do fairly well for learning it now. BPUB (or managerial economics) is tomorrow night. I don't think that will be as pretty. But will let you know.