One-hour hacks (December 2, 2004, 0) -
Do tell me what happened with your web development company. At the
moment, I’m wondering what caused you to initiate your one-hour hack.
Just Because I Can. <impish grin> Never underestimate an annoyed
geekette with a block of free time.
Seriously, keeping track of how much time it takes me to actually
implement things… Wow. Thanks to
../emacs/dev/planner/planner-timeclock.el, I can tell
Web site design (December 2, 2004, 0) - After seeing the quotation from the web design firm my mom’s thinking
of using, I have gotten sufficiently annoyed about the current design.
I will apply my one-hour hacking challenge to
http://www.adphoto.com.ph tomorrow. That is, in one hour, I will try
to whiz through as many improvements as possible.
It’s been enough time that I’ve forgotten what their design looked
Brilliant idea about my summer schedule (February 18, 2005, 0) - I need to hack a couple of things in Adphoto. For one, the scheduling
system needs to be improved. Also, we need to work out a smooth way to
transfer files to clients.
The best way to get me to work on these things would be for me to get
annoyed with them.
The best way for me to get
Tentative Osaka plans (October 21, 2004, 0) - - Work tomorrow
- Leave MSI at 5:40 and arrive at TKC by 7:30.
- Shower and change into casual clothes. Pick up bags and phone.
- Leave TKC by 8:30. Be in Shinjuku by around 10:30. Make it to the bus with plenty of time to spare.
- Saturday: Wander around. Attend conference. Check into ryokan, change into
portfolio viewer. As nice and, well, flashy as a Flash portfolio
one, just in case (gasp!) someone who doesn’t have Flash installed is
browsing around. Well, ideally, we’d have both versions _and_ a static
HTML one, but it’s easier for me