2006: Alejandro — I love studying in the common room. I like the floor-to-ceiling
windows facing the courtyard. I like the sun-drenched white walls [...]
2006: Meep! Comments lost! — I’m so, so, so sorry. I’ve just realized that my comments form was
silently dropping comments. To anyone who’s used it [...]
2006: Deskbar applet – GNOME coolness! — If you’re on the GNOME windowing environment, check out nafai77′s blog entry about Deskbar. Totally cool. It’s almost like Quicksilver [...]
2006: More Rails twiddling — My “What’s in My Fridge” app is now a little bit smarter. It can keep track of what’s still in [...]
2006: Uh oh… — My power supply isn’t happy. The cord near the end is now a bit
sensitive to changes in angles, so there [...]
2006: Thank you, Lazy Web! – Feedrinse — Aha! Someone’s finally gotten around to making an RSS feed filter.
It’s about time! http://www.feedrinse.com/
Now, someone just needs to think about [...]
2005: Met with Aristotle Isais — I hate commuting. I spent an hour in a bus that crawled through Makati
and eventually broke down before the Makati [...]
2004: EClass — I can’t quite get EClass to work. It looks rather promising, though.
Do you know of anything similar? I’d like to [...]
2004: Using puzzles in teaching algorithms — http://www.csc.vill.edu/~map/sigcse02/
These ideas are perfect for CS110! I can’t wait to discuss the general
algorithm strategies in terms of real-life puzzles.
2003: Voice-only apps without speech recognition — On the wear-hard mailing list, uberborg Doug Sutherland mentions
Developing Voice-only Applications in the Absence of Speech Recognition Technology
Caiviar is an [...]
2003: The S-Files — If it wasn’t obvious by now, the SFiles mailing
list is pretty dead. I’ll be merging those into my planner archive
2003: Curriculum Review — Make schedule from syllabus – a rough estimate of what we did last time.
Two spreadsheets – week
labs, homework, projects
Note to [...]