Sunday, November 1, 2020

NCSAMs Come and Gone

That's one more October down, and I did things much differently than I usually do. I hope you didn't mind.

Normally, it's just up to me to write all the articles and study all the material, but as I've already proven, this isn't my specialty and I'm prone to mistakes. They're not inherently tragic mistakes, but if someone is using my advice to stay safe... well, you know how that thought ends. Regardless, you shouldn't base all your knowledge on a single source. As with advice as with everything else: shop around.

But this is November, and I have other things on my plate (and if they pan out, you'll see it come month-end), so I'm going to keep this short:

If there's anything you want to see clarified or explained in future NCSAM posts, fill out this survey (it's the same one I posted the last week of September). You can fill it out as often as you like, though I can't promise how quickly your suggestion will hit the top of the pile. The month of October only has so many weeks.

If you'd like to tell me what you thought about this year's NCSAM celebration, or past years', use this survey. I'll do my best to address any issues.

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