My sister [info]zhynchan seems to have been bitten by the Go bug
again after I showed her Hikarunix, a Linux distro on live cd and
it is dedicated to Go. Yes, Go, as in the Japanese board game with
black and white stones.
Schadenfreude (May 20, 2006, 0) -
schadenfreude: pleasure taken from someone else’s misfortune
It’s always nice to know that I have friends who read my blog and LAUGH AT MY PROBLEMS! ;)
(23:05:34) happy_eclair: you talk to Mark on your blog
(23:05:36) happy_eclair: how amusing!
(23:05:37) happy_eclair: hahahaha
(23:05:46) sachachua83: <laugh>
(23:05:50) sachachua83: He reads it once in a while...
(23:05:59) happy_eclair: :))
(23:06:09) happy_eclair: yeah, the panicking on
Excellent newbie guide for Planner (January 3, 2005, 0) - Clair Ching has posted a wonderful guide to Planner, complete with
screenshots. Check out the following links:
On Technorati: planner, documentation
scrabble game (March 20, 2003, 0) - Just finished two games of Scrabble. The first I played with Mom and my sister Kathy. Mom nearly outscored me despite having come in halfway through the game. She couldn’t join us for the second game, though, so it was just Kathy and me. I managed to get a 7-letter word on the board –
Ruby versus Java (May 13, 2006, 0) - This is totally cool. I’m in the middle of a geek crowd discussing
Java vs Ruby, but there’s none of that “my language is better than
yours” vibe that often comes out in Linux distribution discussions. I
think what’s cool about it is that most people here use both, so we’re
just figuring out where one is better than
First baseball game (May 31, 2006, 0) - I watched my very first baseball game last night, thanks to Graduate
House Council’s awesomely discounted $5 field-level seats (face price:
$34.50, pre-tax). It was the Boston Red Sox versus the Toronto Blue
Jays, and the Red Sox won 8-7.
Interesting stuff. It was great going with a bunch of grad students,
as many of us were completely new to