I talked to my second-line manager (the manager of my manager) this week. It looks like all systems are go. Heading into my last three weeks at IBM! By golly.
This weekend was a busy one. I did a cooking sprint: beef stew, a stirfry with beef and cabbage, lots of cookies, two loaves of bread, and a pot of oatmeal. That should make our routines smoother for the rest of the week, giving us time to help J- with her homework.
I also worked on the bugs people have started identifying in Quantified Awesome. =) Sometimes the bugs are embarrassing, but I decided to squish my excuses and let people try things anyway. It’s fun tailoring systems to people again. I remember maintaining Planner Mode for a lively community of Emacs geeks, and I loved making all these little tweaks to help them live and work more awesomely. That was fun. It would be great to do something like that again.
[X]Set up external environment for project C
[X]Finish styling project C
[X]Talk to second-line manager and other coworkers regarding plans
[X]Talk to lots of people about transition
[X]Get together with Gabriel and other friends
[-]E-mail potential users about time tracking analysis
[-]Apply things learned from Quantified Self Toronto: Epic Quest of Awesome, time analysis
[X]Research tips for starting a business in Toronto
[ ]Discuss project T transition
[ ]Work on project C styling
[ ]Plan farewell lunch
[X]Visit the Villanuevas
[ ]Help with J’s homework
[ ]Look into switching to WIND and porting my number in order to take advantage of their data plan
[ ]Collect referrals for accountants who focus on small businesses
[ ]Figure out way to track and highlight exceptions thrown by Quantified Awesome