I realized that I'd forgotten Alvin's poster in the lab, so I trekked back there to pick it up. The walk wasn't a total waste, though. I breezed through some 400 blog posts (out of 1200 or so) from IBM's blogs in October.
More cramming to follow. I need to work on my KMD2004 requirements. Then I need to work on adapting the dogear tagclouding code so that we can make tagcloud T-shirts. After I finish that, I can quickly sort out my CASCON schedule so that I know how crazy tomorrow will be. Fortunately, I don't have to present anything at either Wednesday's workshop or Thursday's panel. I just have to show up and be interesting.
After I survive this, I'm treating myself to a musical! (And *then* there's DemoCamp to pull off...)
During times like this, I wish Simon lived closer downtown. <laugh> Then I'd have some company while cramming, and a steady supply of hot chocolate. Speaking of hot chocolate - we tried the spiced hot chocolate from Soma last Sunday. I followed the instructions, whisking it over low heat until it was smooth. It was terrific, although tsokolate eh from Tsoko.Nut was still much better.
Anyway. Little breaks are good for sanity. Maybe we'll hook up the headsets later so that we could be doing things separately but still prompt each other to relax. My cellphone plan has unlimited incoming anyway, and he can use his home line to call for free. I guess Canada's telecom pricing was *just* right after all...
Random Emacs symbol: w3m-halfdump-command-arguments - Variable: Arguments passed to the w3m command to run "halfdump".