Gender confusion again (October 8, 2003, 0) - From someone whom I shall keep anonymous (pfft!):
From: "***** *. *****"
Subject: RE: Linux Expo
To: "'Sacha Chua'"
sacha, are you girl or gay?
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2003 5:26 PM
To: ***** *. *****
Subject: Re: Linux Expo
"***** *. *****" writes:
> ic... actually im interested in linux expo and i wanna learn some tips
NNTP access (October 7, 2003, 0) - Ani Dido Sevilla:
Apparently the only way you can have access to Usenet these days from
here is via groups.google.com. Some years ago, around 1997 or so, I
once had a Pacific Internet account and could access Usenet news via
news.pacific.net.ph, which apparently was an alias for Pacific’s Usenet
server in Singapore. Dunno if Pacific still has this
Thinking about those newsletters (April 24, 2009, 4) - I sent my test newsletter to 30 people randomly selected from my LinkedIn network. Half the people opened it, half the people skipped it. Three people clicked on a link (not bad!), but two people unsubscribed (hmm).
Based on those numbers, I think I will not send an e-mail campaign out to my network. Yes, it
New productivity blog: To-Done (May 12, 2005, 0) - I stumbled upon a cool new productivity blog:
http://www.to-done.com. Keith started on May 4. Based on the
articles that are already up, I’d say To-Done is a blog well worth
watching. I mean, someone who’s into the Hipster PDA and GTD and other
things can’t be all that bad, eh? ;)
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Geek-out weekend (January 17, 2005, 0) - Had a fantastic weekend geeking out. Saturday’s TLUG technical
presentation introduced me to the joys of Squeak, and I stayed as late
as I could for the karaoke and stuff. Sunday was cold, dreary, and
rainy. This turned out to be a very good thing, although it was gloomy
in the beginning. Rain makes street performers scarce, so I