Log no. 1709454549

I am having a very difficult time to overcome #resistance! I start to study and enjoy what I am studying, but as soon as I take a “short” break, I cannot seem to get back to what I was studying. I start to procrastinate, and no longer can focus.

I will work in forcing myself (self-discipline) to do what I have to do to continue to study. I have goals and a timeline to keep. I get off track when this occurs.

March is the month of to do the things that I have to do, whether I want to or not.


Log no. 1709216827

February 29, 2024, Leap Year! What to do with an extra day?


An extra day to move forward.

Log no. 1709194753

I wanted to know what would happen if I registered a domain on leap year (February 29th):
Updated Date: 2024-02-29T00:08:24Z
Creation Date: 2024-02-29T00:08:23Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2025-02-28T00:08:23Z

Goes back a day instead of forward a day.

Where a domain leased not on a leap year expires on the date that the lease was created:
Updated Date: 2024-02-28T05:33:08Z
Creation Date: 2024-02-28T05:33:08Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2025-02-28T05:33:08Z

Interesting! 😉


Log no. 1709171923


verb: decipher
3rd person present: deciphers
past tense: deciphered
past participle: deciphered
gerund or present participle: deciphering

convert (a text written in code, or a coded signal) into normal language.

  • succeed in understanding, interpreting, or identifying (something).


Origin of Decipher

early 16th century: from de- (expressing reversal) + cipher1, on the pattern of French déchiffrer .

#domain, #decipher

Log no. 1709136555

I am trying to study (strike update on 03/02/2024) for the ITIL v4 exam, and I am getting a lot of resistance. I was supposed to start on Monday, here today is Wednesday, and I have not started. Today, I will work only on getting started to beat resistance!


Log no. 1709099677


noun: resistance

  1. the refusal to accept or comply with something; the attempt to prevent something by action or argument.
    • armed or violent opposition.
    • a secret organization resisting authority, especially in an occupied country.
      plural noun: resistances
      noun: resistance movement
      plural noun: resistance movements
    • the underground movement formed in France during World War II to fight the German occupying forces and the Vichy government.
      noun: Resistance
      noun: the Resistance
  2. the ability not to be affected by something, especially adversely.
    • Medicine•Biology
      lack of sensitivity to a drug, insecticide, etc., especially as a result of continued exposure or genetic change.
  3. the impeding, slowing, or stopping effect exerted by one material thing on another.
  4. the degree to which a substance or device opposes the passage of an electric current, causing energy dissipation. Ohm’s law resistance (measured in ohms) is equal to the voltage divided by the current.
    • a resistor or other circuit component which opposes the passage of an electric current.


the path of least resistance — an option avoiding difficulty or unpleasantness; the easiest course of action.
“as one who shies away from confrontation, I generally choose the path of least resistance”


Origin of Resitance

late Middle English: from French résistance, from late Latin resistentia, from the verb resistere ‘hold back’ (see resist).

#domain, #resistance