Each of those acronyms tells a story and adding eyes and a mouth to concepts can be extremely valuable for comprehension

Now, I made a couple of errors in my story Sloan Faunus after rereading: one or two I think. When you can spot the errors, then you understand them. If it looks like babble, then you’re memorizing definitions. Not that there’s anything wrong with memorizing definitions: they’ll get you better grades. 

But what helps is getting lots of “Moments of Insight” and the puzzle pieces click together in your brain. 

I should rewrite an IP Suite networking book into a religious text or better I’ll make it into a children’s story. 

Each of those acronyms tells a story and adding eyes and a mouth to concepts can be extremely valuable for comprehension, even if fellow IT people mock your smily faces. “IDGAF I wanna understand this” was always my answer. tongue emoticon

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