I missed the deadline for the Fulbright, and have probably missed many
of the deadlines for the other scholarships too. Must start
desperate search for funding.
Now *that* is a beautifully written piece. I admire Patricia for her
humble apologies and for courageously living through the situation and
keeping her dignity intact. Not many people have the opportunity
to grow up so quickly over so short a time. May this episode whet her
appetite for writing even more.
Congratulations to Celsus Kintanar for winning 3rd place and USD 2500
in the Component Development part of the TopCoder challenge.
(Heh, don’t let him fool you; that’s a Really Cool Achievement!)
TopCoder is one of the biggest programming contests on the Net. =)
(Kudos to Joey for prompt posting and great coverage, and of course to
Celsus for doing well!)
Work with programmers around the world on OpenACS projects. OpenACS is an
open source databased-backed website development tool kit. Projects are
primarily for US based nonprofits and educational institutions. Work from
home with a team based in Philippines, US and else where in the world.
Relevant experience includes:
Linux, emacs, PostgreSQL, SQL, Oracle. Tcl, web development, graphic design
including use of Photo Shop and other tools and project management
including the use of Microsoft Project. Computer Science degree preferred.
Must have a high speed internet connection and your own computer. Pay
commensurate with experience. Excellent Bonus potential.
Willing to accept and train fresh graduates. Interested applicants
may directly email me their resumes.
dedsoralive AT gmail.com
(defun sacha/emacs-wiki-marked-images-as-kill () "Return a list of images ready to be inserted into a wiki page." (interactive) (kill-new (mapconcat 'emacs-wiki-make-link (dired-get-marked-files) "\n")))
bash script for timestamping and thumbnailing pictures
#!/bin/bash SIZE=320x240 while [ -n "$1" ]; do if [ -f $1 ]; then DATE=$(date +"%Y%m%d-%H%M%S" --reference="$1") EXT=$(echo "$1" | sed 's/.*\././') echo $1 cp $1 "$DATE$EXT" cp "$DATE$EXT" "thumb-$DATE$EXT" touch --reference="$1" "$DATE$EXT" if [ "$EXT" == ".jpg" ]; then convert -size $SIZE -resize $SIZE "$DATE$EXT" "thumb-$DATE$EXT" touch --reference="$1" "thumb-$DATE$EXT" fi fi shift done
2004.11.16 – 2004.11.14 – 2004.11.08 – 2004.11.03 – 2004.11.02 – 2004.10.30 – 2004.10.24 – 2004.10.23
Emacs makes all things hackable. I wrote a function to quickly pull
thumbnails into an emacs-wiki buffer. Yay.