2003: NealStephenson uses Emacs! — Alan Shutko on firstname.lastname@example.org links to
http://hobbes.ncsa.uiuc.edu/nealstephensonOS.html . Coooool. Well, as
if the OrdoEmacs reference in Cryptonomicon wasn’t a giveaway…
NealStephenson is cool.
2003: Emacs tips — EmacsWiki:ProgrammingEffectivelyWithEmacs has a lot of productivity-boosting tips. In particular, it links to a Kuro5hin article about making Emacs stand up [...]
2003: Cards — Another cool project can be found at http://cards.sourceforge.net . It
was started by Sam Watkins, one of my friends and an [...]
2003: Hacking Society — On the compsci mailing list, Migz Paraz mentions the
Hacking Society, a pretty cool
I’d love a real-life space like this. Currently, [...]
2003: Gender stereotypes in CS — Susan Fox (SIGCSE) has a student double-majoring in CS and Psychology. From the message:
A part of her project is collecting [...]
2003: I hate floppies. — This is the Nth bad sector that I’ve come across. It’s starting to get a little annoying.
2003: More puzzles — The anonymous person from 2003.02.26#6 contributes another puzzle
link: http://www.claymath.org/Millenium_Prize_Problems/ . This one has
heavier problems with big cash prizes.
2003: Graduate school deadline — The deadline for applying to the graduate school of education in Ateneo is the second week of May, or 2003.05.05.
2003: Yesterday’s CS party — Yesterday I had a thanksgiving party for the computer science faculty
and staff. People who went: Dr. Vergara, Dr. Manalastas, Sir [...]
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