Where to find entries (May 2, 2005, 0) - My mom noticed I hadn’t been updating this blog. If you’re looking for
some news on my life, they’re over at
http://www.livejournal.com/~sachachua/ . Many of the entries are
friends-only, but so far I am fairly liberal with the definition of
“friend” and will probably add you if you want. =) Set up an LJ
account at http://www.livejournal.com and add me
On snarfing Outlook schedule entries (March 10, 2004, 0) - As we now mostly use ~/.diary for our schedule entries, Outlook
schedule import is not PlannerMode‘s problem any more. ;) It would be
kinda nice for RememberMode, though.
Backlog of blog entries: MOTAS, March 5 (March 6, 2004, 0) - So I was playing Mystery of Time and Space in class, thanks to the
students who pointed me to it. I did remember to tell students they
could interrupt me any time, and I did answer a few CS21B questions
Apparently, they were surprised at the ease at which I solved the
puzzles. Hey, I’m into adventure games
Emacs: Recording ledger entries with org-capture-templates (November 23, 2010, 13) - I use John Wiegley’s ledger program to keep track of my personal finances. It’s quick, it’s light, and it lets me slice-and-dice my data however I want. I enjoy opening my ledger file and adding transactions to it. (Particularly if it involves income!) Yes, I’m that kind of weird.
I wanted to make it
Drupal fixes: Modifying the entries in Calendar (December 26, 2010, 0) - The Drupal Calendar module is great. You can show view results in a decent-looking calendar easily. However, if you want to show more than what’s provided out of the box, you need to do a bit of undocumented and confusing hacking.
Let’s say that instead of displaying the items, you want to display the