No ACM! (January 2, 2007, 0) - Oh no! I tried using the ACM Digital Library through my
earlier, and I couldn’t get full-text access. I’ve sent my research
supervisor a panicky e-mail. While he’s solving that problem, I’ll
focus on designing my research study.
Random Emacs symbol: bbdb/gnus-split-crosspost-default – Variable: *If this variable is not nil, then if the BBDB could not identify a
Wearables (July 11, 2002, 0) - Apparently the mini banana plugs for my wearable display battery are
quite rare. CE guys are looking for it.
Slowly finding other wearable enthusiasts and sharing resources. We
may yet see a research group here.
Addressing envelopes by hand… (November 22, 2005, 0) - I wonder if I’ll be able to send my Christmas letter on time. If not,
well, at least I’ll be following the established family tradition of
sending Christmas letters in April… of the next year. =)
I thought buying 75 envelopes at the Japanese Paper Place warehouse
sale would’ve lasted at least until the end of the year. But
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
Research report: Met with Mark (August 21, 2006, 0) - Met with my research supervisor, Mark Chignell. Told him about the cool stuff I’d seen at IBM Cambridge’s InternFest last week, and revised my research plan to include fewer interviews and more numbercrunching. Whee!
I like coding. I might as well play to that strength.
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