Time is flying by. I'm in the midst of my literature review on helical screw piles. I keep my notes in LaTeX and organize the hundreds of papers I'm looking at using reference management software Mendeley combined with BibTeX. Mendeley syncs papers to my phone (via the PaperShip application), so woohoo I can read whenever I've a few spare moments, like waiting in line for lunch, sitting on a bus/plane/boat, or standing at the bus stop. All those little chunks of time really do add up. There's a slight learning curve with all software, but now I'm saving hours of time, energy, and frustration. Honestly, doing so much heavy reading is new to me. I prefer to design, build, and test things or solve problems, either equations or hands-on ones.