Gender confusion again (October 8, 2003, 0) - From someone whom I shall keep anonymous (pfft!):
From: "***** *. *****"
Subject: RE: Linux Expo
To: "'Sacha Chua'"
sacha, are you girl or gay?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2003 5:26 PM
To: ***** *. *****
Subject: Re: Linux Expo
"***** *. *****" writes:
> ic... actually im interested in linux expo and i wanna learn some tips
A geek’s guide to Toronto (June 8, 2008, 3) -
Toronto Reference Library
Royal Ontario Museum
Ontario Science Centre
Gino Ledesma (one of my friends from university) is in Toronto for some training, so I spent the afternoon showing him some of my favorite geek places. =) He was blown away by the size of the Toronto Reference Library (and I showed him Robarts Library, too
Linux is an umbrella (July 6, 2003, 0) - I’ve compared Linux to hot chocolate before (see below for anecdote).
Apparently, I’m not the only one geek who sees computer stuff in
everyday things -
compares Linux to an umbrella.
Linux is like hot chocolate:
Windows is like iced chocolate. Easy to drink, but gives you brain
freeze. Linux is like hot chocolate. You have to drink it a little
Yesterday was a hot chocolate day (May 31, 2006, 0) - The hot chocolate at Linux Caffe (Grace
and Harbord Sts.) never fails to perk me up. Yesterday was no
exception even though it was a day particularly in need of hot
David (the proprietor) received a whole bunch of free books and a
number of free T-shirts from Apress. The shirts were adorable! They
read “Every time Linux boots, a
Studying Japanese (July 21, 2004, 0) - I worked through the AOTS kana CD without difficulty, but am humbled
to find that I’ve taken up only the first few lessons on the Kiso I
CD. The darn thing is needlessly Microsoft Windows-only; if they’d
kept it as a Flash file, I’d probably have been able to run it under
Linux as well. I tried a couple