Pinoy penguins! =) (May 6, 2003, 0) - From http://www.sm56.tk:
From the RedHat 7.2 kernels the contains a few line of
code in the slab.c that does not allows more usage of memory. But Jan
Michael Ibanez has developed a Kludge for the SM56 Modem Driver that is
available with this Tar file.
Hey! I know Jan Michael Ibanez! w00t, karma++.
Visit his blog at http://www.livejournal.com/~cyberlizard/ .
Lessons from work (November 18, 2003, 0) - According to JM Ibanez:
1) Always bring a jacket, or at least wear something warm. I got one of
the worst cubicles in the room-- right under the aircon vent. And now,
I'm typing this while I'm freezing my ass off. And I'm shivering.
2) Keep a notebook to jot down stuff. Especially any expenses you incur.
3) Take note
Might need to spend more time hanging out with Emacs geeks =) (July 6, 2008, 8) - This is dreadful. I’ve made no progress on my book, and I’ve noticed that it has steadily crept down my list of priorities. I suspect it has a lot to do with the kinds of people I hang out with and the kinds of places I hang out. ;)
I used to hang out in irc.freenode.net#emacs
On the benefits of my far-out exercises (September 11, 2003, 0) - From one of my students:
>> Do you like exercises like this, or should we just stick to the stuff in
>> the books?
> Both. But I like exercises like these more because stuff that's in the
> book, I can do on my own when I have the time. Stuff like this is
> different, and interesting.
Okay, we’re in business – 5 years of my life in WordPress (November 27, 2007, 0) - After a fair bit of Emacs hacking to export all my blog entries from Planner into RSS and then import that into WordPress using Feedwordpress, I’m happy to present this WordPress view of my blog. It should stay relatively in-sync with my Emacs blog. Emacs still gives me a friendlier and more powerful interface for