Cellphone (August 21, 2006, 1) - Okay, I have officially settled in now. ;)
I used 437:08 local minutes and sent 579 text messages from July 12 to
August 11. See, that’s why I *had* to find an unlimited incoming and
way-too-many-text-messages plan… 579 text messages! That’s because I
organize get-togethers with broadcast text messages. I find it so much
nicer than push-to-talk, also. I wish
Happy days are here again! (July 22, 2005, 0) - I can send and receive text messages! Yay! Yay! Yay!
Non-Filipinos may not understand precisely how important text
messaging is. Heck, even with a Net connection at the lab, I _still_
didn’t feel quite connected until I sent my first text message and got
back a reply.
Whee! Whee! Whee!
Canadian cellular providers all suck. Fido sucks less than the others
Sketchnote Lessons: Banners and ribbons (August 1, 2013, 2) - Banners and ribbons are a quick way to emphasize parts of your drawing. Instead of drawing the banner and then trying to fit the text into it, try drawing the text first and then drawing the banner around it. Here’s a step-by-step example.
1. Draw the text with plenty of space around it
2. Draw a box
Nifty Japanese stuff: Kakasi (January 28, 2005, 0) - Kakasi is an external utility for
converting Japanese text between coding systems. It can also add
furigana after kanji or convert a text file to romaji.
Debian users can apt-get install kakasi kakasi-dic.
There’s an Emacs interface,
a Perl module (Text::Kakasi),
and a Ruby library.
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