Weekly review (January 20, 2008, 2) - Work: While reviewing the work I’ve done on the social media guide, I found out that I’d written well over 16,000 words in the last few weeks. The guide is shaping up quite nicely, and I’m looking forward to turning it over in the next week or two. This is good, because there’s a whole
More hacks for mangling Japanese CSV (January 11, 2005, 0) - This is for use with kdrill.
(defun sacha/kanji/get-ordered-kanji-list ()
(while (not (eobp))
(let ((c (char-after (point))))
((= c ?\"))
Helping kids build their vocabularies: spell-offs and bedtime stories (February 8, 2012, 1) - We’re working on helping J- learn new words. The more words she learns, the more she can think about and communicate. Yesterday, we tried an informal spelling bee at home, and she seemed to enjoy it. J- chose words out of the Collins English Dictionary, and W- picked words out of the Stoddart Visual Dictionary.
Japanese word list generator (January 7, 2005, 1) - MWAHAHAHAHA! I just pulled off a really neat Emacs
hack. <grin> It’s Japanese-related. So I’ve been
translating this document for the past two days. It’s really slow
and boring work because there’s no soft copy, so I have to write
the characters (blurry because this is a photocopy of a
photocopy) using the mouse, and hope I don’t make
Linux accessibility (March 24, 2003, 0) - On the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list, Jerome Acks
Jr. thinks that http://trace.wisc.edu/linux/index.htm is about the
best Linux accessibility resource.