I am having one problem that comes partly from carelessness and that's with the Linux server administration class. I am not bad at using Linux, but my grades so far do not reflect that. Part of the issue is the teacher's insistence on using fill in the blanks for online tests. It doesn't work for a class where there are about 3 right answers to everything! I've pointed out some examples where I had a question right to her but the quiz software marked it wrong. I have not heard back from her about it.
As for routing and switching, I need to be careful of my resentment of this class. Every networking class I have to take is only offered at night and I need this class broken up into smaller chunks. It's also annoying that they offer it at a time when you can't ride the bus home, which is useful for someone who doesn't currently have their own vehicle. I don't know if it's offered online, but I know I wouldn't want to take it online. It'd be even worse than the one economics class I took that was offered at night.
As far as everything else goes, I spent last Saturday putting together a new computer. It's finally up and running. I hurt for a few days afterwards and I was surprised by how much sweating I did when putting it together. I think this was just my chronic illness reminding me that I still have it. I can almost forget sometimes, but that's mostly due to medication and not overdoing things.
As for Borderlands, I can't see why people like it so much. It's a lot of unnnecesary coordination manuevers. Fallout with its VATS system is far superior, but to each their own.
I've also encountered a game called Space Engineers, which seems to be Minecraft in space. It's still in beta, but I liked the basic concept, which is using a lot of actual physics and real engineering concepts to build things. It also seems to be set up to be a lot that you can do. I do wish the "tutorial" missions were not so combat-oriented, and instead focused on building a base. I suppose, like Minecraft, it will develop a dedicated fan base. Minecraft, however, is written in Java and can run on many different computer types. Space Engineers is written in a completely different language.