Planner Tip #2: Streamline undated tasks (October 31, 2005, 0) - One of the coolest things about Planner is the way you can tweak it to
fit the way you think. Customizing planner-create-task isn’t about
shaving seconds off your task-creation time. It’s about making it
easier to get tasks out of your head and into Planner.
Variables like planner-expand-name-default and planner-use-day-pages
make it easy to change Planner behavior to fit common
Day 1: Orientation (August 25, 2004, 0) - From 9:30 to 12:00, people from AOTS, METI and other organizations
talked about the course we are about to take. In the afternoon, we
took written tests. I forgot the hiragana for “sa”. How embarrassing!
I also forgot the kanji for “sakana” (fish), and the reading for the
character that means to stand up. Still, I finished the 100
RoR: “What’s in My Fridge” now has a shopping list (April 15, 2006, 0) - I know, I know, it’s silly, but it’s also so much fun programming little toys like this!
I’m also sketching out a life tracker that does something like Erik Benson’s Morale-o-Meter.
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Upon reflection (March 18, 2006, 0) - A good day of work at IBM and some time to reflect have left me with a
clearer perspective. I think one of the reasons why homesickness hits
me so hard sometimes is that I entertain this notion that if I go back
home, I can still make a big difference even without a master’s
degree. I would need
Waah. Bad day, code-wise (December 27, 2004, 0) - A bit of code thrashing in planner.el as I… err… committed silly
mistakes. How embarrassing. I’m so, so sorry. I hope no one caught
planner in the middle of broken-ness.