Aadisht Khanna and t-shirts (April 8, 2003, 0) - Aadisht Khanna’s recent W-Fillet is right. Plain T-shirts are
useful. I can write trendy political messages on them (geek code
alert!), advertise my website, and generally have fun.
Unfortunately I will probably have to more or less dress like a
teacher next semester, and I feel an urge to be somewhat dressier than
the T-shirt and shorts/pants guys at the
Recipe from [[bbdb://Aadisht][Aadisht Khanna]] (December 16, 2003, 0) - 1. Set Capsicum, Minced Meat, Sweet Corn, Cheese
2. Slice off capsicum tops.
3. Scoop out capsicum innards.
4. Stuff Capsicum with (Cheese&&(Minced Meat or Sweet Corn))
E-Mail from Aadisht Khanna
January 22, 2012 (January 22, 2012, 0) -
Most of this weekend was taken up by schoolwork. J- had a large Math project to work on – cereal box design (volume, surface area, ratios, etc.) and a writing assignment. She also needed to work on her application for the CyberArts high school program.
I don’t know how other families handle it. W- has been
Outreach: CompSAt I.T. Literacy Training for Public School Teachers (December 6, 2005, 0) - In Manila and want to help out?
Check out Mark Punzalan’s post:
CompSAt RnD has an I.T. outreach project entitled “I.T. Literacy
Training for Public School Teachers” (what a mouthful!). This is a
project with DISCS and ACED (Ateneo Center for Educational
Development). Through this project, we aim to provide grade school
and high school public school teachers with
UP thesis related to text summarization — research (April 12, 2003, 0) - From 2003.03.28:
Automated Newspaper Article Summarizer
Description: Limited to online World News text articles only, this
summarizer utilizes the algorithms presented by R. Barzilay and M.
Elhadad in their paper Using Lexical Chains for Text Summarization
(1997). The techniques and methods they primarily used are Text
Segmentation, Lexical Chains Computation and Sentence Selection and
Extraction. The summarizer also uses the WordNet Lexical