First experience with hammock


I want to share my experience with sleeping in a hammock for the first time.

So I got hammock for my birthday among other things. After finding some cords to tie it to trees I realized that it will be best to try sleeping in it. Since it is almost November and I happen to live in northern hemisphere, it can get close to 0 degrees (no, not Fahrenheit you dummy). Luckily there seems to be subreddit for anything, including hammocks (or also Flying Whales), one can get some tips there quite easily.

So the pluses after 2.5 nights where one was rainy are: it is extremely comfy, no need to watch out for boughs or stones on the ground, you just need trees. Hammock is very easy to pack and unpack saving ton of space. On the other hand your butt will get cold, I am considering under-quilt which is basically sleeping bag that wraps under the hammock. So far I found it also difficult to find the right trees to be also able to set up the roof but it might just take a little bit more experience to have the right estimate for the separation of the trees.





nobody expected it and yet it happened, nobody has foreseen it and yet it was inevitable, nobody cares and yet I am here once again!

After 5 months, three seasons of Rick and Morty, 2 weeks in CERN and bunch of other stuff, I have returned to strike back with an epic post full of me talking about how I came back while wishing I will write another post after this one.

Now I feel a bit stupid, I have this work that I have to do this semester about GPS. It turned out to be quite complicated and one of the import theoretical facets of my work was to find out how GPS chips differ in various phones. I was googling and googling the phrase “gps chip in mobile” with the false assumption that there is a special chip like that. While gps chips do exist, they are a bit different thing than what I had in mind (costing lets say 150$ or whatever, ready to be implemented to something you build by yourself).

Apparently processors in phones take care of that, like the Snapdragon series, you can find all of the info here.

Everything on one page and I am complete… my final work is not though. It will still require huge time investment and sleepless nights!