Wow. Physics can be phun. (March 6, 2008, 0) - Props to Michael McGuffin for this awesome find: Phun – 2D physics sandbox. Watch the demo or download it and start playing.
This makes me want a Tablet PC.
Cold and raining outside, warm and fuzzy inside (February 5, 2006, 0) - The weather today was absolutely horrible. As my sister would say, “It
rained little animals.” Well, alternately rained and snowed. I didn’t
get to watch the fireworks I’d been looking forward to all week. Waah.
Even that couldn’t spoil my day, though. I had an absolutely fantastic
start – a nice chat with people back home. =D
After straightening out
Virtuoso (November 22, 2008, 1) - While I was in Montreal, Michael McGuffin told me about Cecile Licad, a Filipino pianist who’s done some remarkable things. He told me about the time Cecile Licad was playing Rachmaninov in a concert, and the lights went out. She kept playing for more than a minute – beautiful, complex music – and when the
Quick update: purse found (December 13, 2007, 1) - Add this as yet another story about Filipinos doing good. =)
A customer brought my lost purse to Josie, the owner of Subs Plus in
the food court under the Bay building at Yonge and Bloor. Josie tried
every way to get in touch with me, even calling the Philippines long
distance. (Must’ve tried calling my mom and gotten
Weekly review: Week ending November 25, 2011 (November 26, 2011, 0) - We’re getting ready to launch a big project, so I’ve been working overtime. The Ruby on Rails system is coming along well, and our demo on Thursday went wonderfully. Although I’m torn between spending extra time on that versus other projects (Quantified Awesome or the Lotus Connections toolkit, for example), I’m learning a lot and