The interns went to Crossroads for lunch. I went to get manicotti (spelling?) and it was out. They refilled it, so I went to get the breadstick that came with it and they ran out. Great timing on my part.
After an enlightening lunch full of Never Have I Ever and two truths and a lie (Maria has never been in a pillow fight and Nathan used to participate in surfing competitions when he lived in Florida), I headed back to play catch up on blogs (best game of the day, right?) and put the finishing touches on my presentation.
The end of the internship is bittersweet. I get more free time but now I have to work on summer homework (again, joking - I'll miss Carlson and the reading room and all of the wonderful people I met here!). Only the presentation is left (possibly the worst part).
Here is a list of the things I have learned:
- walking in a circle several times is not the most effective way to find things
- I am earth (at least according to Madi and Maria-see last post)
- computers are terrifying
- ask for help even if you think you are being annoying
- the Joker makes me laugh
- files can be compressed
- I can compress and extract files
- which button to press when compressing and extracting files
- how to find/move/copy/save files
- also, some astronomy
To everyone I worked with at RIT: Thank you for a wonderful summer!