2006: I give up on WPA and WPC11! — After several days of compiling and recompiling kernels and tracking
down HOWTOs and fiddling with configuration files, I officially give
up on [...]
2005: The five-year journal — Check out Cool Tools: The 5 Year Journal for a journal that promotes seredipitous discovery and reflection. =) Maybe I [...]
2005: Fire — There was a big fire right next to our house. We all got out safely, including the pets.
In the meantime, [...]
2004: More open source work —
sachac: you'd be remiss if you don't include pmana's work. ;)
and of course, iptraf is by a pinoy.
2004: And the rest of the year passed by in a blur —
Turned 21. Threw birthday party/send-off party. Didn’t blog much; was very busy.
Japanese language studies. Lots of lectures blogged.
Training at [...]
2004: July — 7/21 Made it to the shortlist of the AOTS program, then 7/28 finally got confirmed. 7/30 Said goodbye. 7/30 Also [...]
2004: June — Many notes on cooking and teaching.
- 6/27: The start of my life as a street performer / amateur arsonist
2004: May — - 5/12: Reflections on the Getting Things Done methodology
Boring month. ;)
2004: April — - 4/3: Assigned ERC copyright to GNU. Yay!
- 4/8: Sand cats
- 4/13: Started aikido
- 4/14: Posted teaching evaluations
- 4/15: 2nd [...]
2004: March — Lots of Planner hacking.
- 3/7: Techie dinner with William, Miguel and Jijo. Told him about fai. It made his Shopwise [...]
2003: Chickened out — So much for thoughts of a hard disk transplant – I shake too much and
am too uncertain about hardware to [...]
2003: Refreshing my Linux install — - Download
- Boot grub with the following commands:
kernel (hd0,2)/root/root.bin ide0=ata66 initrd=/root/root.bin
- Gleefully delete the [...]
2003: Sleepy cat — Groggily the cat stirs, curled up on the ergonomic chair. She licks
herself before settling back into a comfortable position, yellow-green
sachac I don't like sifting through all the choices in shopping. Fortunately, my husband likes comparison shopping and consumer research, so he does all the electronics... – High energy and low energy activities