Responding to notetaking entry on Sim Gamboa III’s blog (November 26, 2004, 0) - http://simgamboaiii.blogspot.com/2004/11/note-taking.html
The best system is the one you grow yourself. How do you take notes?
I mindmap a lot. Although mindmapping on paper is a lot of fun,
Freemind‘s keyword shortcuts lets
me mindmap nearly as quickly.
I haven’t opened Freemind in a while, though. Can’t be bothered to
switch out of Emacs. My talks usually start out as text outlines.
Inventory systems (July 12, 2003, 0) - - http://inventory.sourceforge.net/ catalog and track
all of the hardware (computer level, its sub components, perferials,
and software installed (including multiple OS per each computer) on
it, and the licenses associated with each software component.)
- Alist (http://www.brains2bytes.com/alist/)
Alist is a program that collects hardware and
Cool student programs (July 10, 2003, 0) - I’ll be highlighting some cool programs in my journal. =)
I’ll write up the ones that are in my mindmap (XML, viewable with http://freemind.sourceforge.net), but here’s one for today:
MathPractice.java, by Jaime
Thanks to Jaze Ebreo and Keny Saavedra
Arithmetric drill program with randomized questions; neato! =)
More programs to come soon!
Way too much exercise (August 20, 2005, 0) - I got out of bed at 8 this morning and walked all the way down to Lake
Ontario. Two hours of leisurely walking punctuated by oranges bought
at a nearby market made an excellent start to my day, and I was
satisfied by the fact that I’d (gasp!) managed to get myself out of
bed on a Saturday morning