8-ball answers (June 29, 2004, 1) - - Signs point to yes.
- Reply hazy, try again.
- Without a doubt.
- My sources say no.
- As I see it, yes.
- You may rely on it.
- Concentrate and ask again.
- Outlook not so good.
- It is decidedly so.
- Better not tell you now.
- Very doubtful.
- Yes – definitely.
- It is certain.
- Cannot predict now.
Nice long chat with my mom (March 19, 2006, 0) - One of the good things about distance is that my mom and I get to talk
a lot more. Strange, isn’t it? I really enjoy our conversations. I
look forward to exchanging stories. She reads my blog every day (Hi
Mom!), so I theoretically don’t need to repeat myself, but there are
all sorts of things I don’t blog
Emacs, BBDB, and getting your contacts on the Android or iPhone (January 7, 2011, 15) - Want your Emacs BBDB contacts on your Android or iPhone?
The easiest way I’ve found is to export your contacts to CSV, then import them into something like Google Contacts. You can export your BBDB contacts using bbdb-to-outlook.el, which is available in the BBDB package in the bits/ directory. Download bbdb-to-outlook.el from Sourceforge
Mac (September 20, 2005, 0) - Ask and ye shall receive. Seek and ye shall find. Knock and a Mac Mini
shall find its way onto your desk.
My former desktop got conscripted as the new blogging server after I,
err, dropped the computer intended for that use. A replacement Dell
desktop arrived last week, and I was supposed to meet Anna to set it
Getting the hang of slides (November 22, 2003, 0) - I’m starting to get the hang of <gasp> lecturing – I can prepare
slides and talk. I find I’m much more comfortable when I have little
exercises for the students to do.