Tomorrow (March 27, 2005, 0) - I hadn’t been particularly looking forward to tomorrow. I don’t know
why; a general malaise, perhaps. It’s hard to be cheery with a sore
throat and the knowledge that one has to get up early tomorrow morning
anyway. Then, reading through a small collection of letters from
Dominique, I came across this quote from one of his favorite authors
IBM Pass It Along – social learning! (June 10, 2008, 2) - I’m happy to share that one of my favorite Enterprise 2.0 tools within IBM is now available on the Internet. IBM Pass It Along is now available on Alphaworks, a public IBM site for people interested in trying out emerging technologies–all you need is a free ibm.com account. IBM Pass It Along is about sharing
The universe does not tolerate a chocolate deficiency (January 9, 2007, 0) - I was feeling down because of the lack of progress on my thesis and
because I felt that I didn’t have control over some things that
mattered to me. I talked to my dad (see earlier blog post). Not only
did he solve my immediate problem of Internet access, but he also took
me to my favorite deli and
Problems are easy to solve once identified (January 8, 2007, 0) - I felt frustrated by my continued lack of a good working environment.
Unreliable wireless access means that working online is a pain. I
can’t even fetch my mail because a large message is blocking the rest
of the downloads. Every time I try deleting the message, my network
connection times out.
I want to work on my thesis. I want
Patrica Chanco Evangelista’s followup to the Faye story (November 20, 2004, 0) - The%20J%20Spot:%20CRAZED%2019%20November%202004%20(from%20Philstar.com)
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.