Procrastination counter? (October 10, 2004, 0) - If you keep track of the start dates, we could have procrastination
counters for more fun and profit. If we have deadlines, we could have
deadline countdowns. More metadata in task descriptions, though…
MBA elective courses (August 21, 2006, 0) - I’ve missed the deadline for the Fall MBA courses, but I might be able
to squeeze my way into 2012HF: Entrepreneurship, 2915HF:
Entrepreneurship with a Social Mission, or 2916HF: Cultivating
Presence. Or I could just sit in, if I can get away with that. 2915HF
looks like a terrific course. =)
I’m definitely planning to go for Spring 2007 MBA
Begging for money on a street corner (August 26, 2005, 0) - Begging for money on a street corner was a lot more tiring than I expected.
Starving grad student looking for alternative sources of funding? Nah, just volunteering for the Toronto Busker Fest to help raise money for Epilepsy Toronto.
I got a cool T-shirt and a slice of pizza. Oh, and much-needed practice for grad-school applications for
Thoughts on Toodledo versus Emacs Org (June 10, 2009, 14) - It’s been a couple of months since I switched to using the Toodledo instead of Emacs Org to manage my tasks. I decided to use Toodledo because I wanted a to-do list that I could access on any computer and on my iPod Touch, so that I could capture tasks from anywhere. I liked Toodledo
Emacs: Searching your notes (January 17, 2008, 3) - C-s (isearch-forward) and C-r (isearch-backward) are two of the most useful Emacs keyboard shortcuts you’ll ever learn. To search forward interactively, type C-s (isearch-forward) and the first few characters of your search. Repeat C-s (isearch-forward) as necessary, or type in more characters to jump to the first instance that matches all those characters. Use these