Happy holidays, eh! (December 4, 2010, 3) - I sent my first batch of Christmas cards two weeks ago, raiding my stash of Philippine-themed Christmas cards. Good thing, too. My sister had apparently been planning to send the exact same design of cards, so she scrambled to find a Dutch card instead.
Ever the geek, W- suggested a Christmas card protocol to eliminate
PIM love (April 6, 2005, 0) - I am completely in love with my latest indispensable personal
information management tool:
A 3×5 deck of plain (unruled) index cards.
Seriously. A 3×5 deck of plain index cards and a writing implement
like a black gel pen, a black 0.5 Pilot Hi-Techpoint (which just gives
me a great feeling) or a Mongol #2 pencil is my geek survival kit.
del.icio.us (July 30, 2004, 0) - I’m getting addicted to http://del.icio.us . I think of it as the
high-tech equivalent of browsing library cards to see who else has
checked out a certain book. I like it very much, and have added links
to some of the things I care about just to see if anyone else has
linked to those sites as well. That
Morning Pages (March 26, 2008, 8) -
Kathryn Everest has the most vivid figures of speech I know. Yesterday, she described social media adoption as “You can hear the rickets of the rollercoaster.” Beautiful.
I woke up at 3:30 today. Did 53 jumping jacks, 23 semi-pushups, 23 crunches, 8 dips, and 34 leg raises – all one up from yesterday. I keep having
Stuff I need to take care of (May 31, 2003, 0) - - Mindstorms? Mostly Stanley
- Alternative user interfaces: order my keyboards and HMDs, and think of good research projects
Oooh! DoubleTalk speech synthesizer!
embedded systems courses? operating systems.