2009: Weekly review: Week ending July 5, 2009 — Goodness gracious, completely missed a week there.
From the previous week’s plans:
Handle any issues in the Transition2 roll-out (seems pretty okay [...]
2008: Check out my parents =) — My dad and my mom know how to make things happen.
My dad often comes up with wild ideas, such [...]
2008: Canada and Web 2.0 conferences — A colleague asked me about Web 2.0 and social networking conferences in Canada, so I figured I’d post it here [...]
2006: Toronto International Circus Festival — Announcing the 4th annual Toronto International Circus Festival(www.TOcircusfestival.com)
Presented by G.A.P Adventures (www.gapadventures.com) in support of Planeterra – the G.A.P Adventures [...]
2005: PARTY TODAY! — Ack ack ack. Three hours to go. Anyway, the party’s at the Enrique
studio, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. =) We’re next [...]
2005: Digital Pinay — Don’t worry, the Philippine Computer Society isn’t trying to sneak a
beauty pageant past us geekettes (at the moment, at least).
2005: Text messaging — My preliminary goal for the research project is to develop services
for text messaging, drawing inspiration from successful initiatives in
the Philippines [...]
2005: Compulsive wikister — My research group sent me a whole bucketload of documents and
spreadsheets I need to read before the meeting on July [...]
2003: Mom and Openoffice — My mom’s giving Openoffice a shot. Yay! =) (Actually, I’m learning much along the way…)
2003: Dijkstra’s writings! — http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/
I think I will volunteer to transcribe some.
2003: Quickbooks and Linux — http://www.aerospacesoftware.com/quickbooks_wine_howto.html
This might work, considering my mom doesn’t really have to print…
2003: School forum —
Notes on the minutes
- Dr. Beni: JGSOM
- Dr. Intal
- page 3: Dr. Rodrigo 4th line, “paint jobs”, not “pained jobs”
2003: “White-Collar Sweatshops” — Laid-off U.S. high-tech workers are disheartened by employers
bringing in foreign workers on H-1B visas and outsourcing IT
operations to overseas labor; [...]
2003: “Blogs in the Workplace” — There is growing interest among businesses, educational
institutions, and government agencies to use Web logs (blogs)
rather than email for internal communications. [...]