Tasks
Priorities - A: high, B: medium, C: low; Status - _: unfinished, X: finished, C: cancelled, P: pending, o: in progress, >: delegated. Covey quadrants - Q1 & Q3: urgent, Q1 & Q2: important
A1XDocument kbd-config.el's use in a wearable system (LinuxChallenge)
A2XA3: Counting permutations with a given run length (AcmTraining)
A3XGet in touch with johnw and see if he's still working on planner.el
A4XA5: Determining relationship of points to a line. (AcmTraining)
A5XA4: Computing the convex hull. (AcmTraining)
A6XA2: Computing the Perimeter of Triangles (AcmTraining)
A7XA1: Determining the kind of triangle (AcmTraining)
A8XTrack down emacspeak DEL bug (LinuxChallenge)
B1XRead history notes
B2XSet up remembrance-agent
B3XFinish Knights of Rizal application form - KnightsOfRizal
B4XAdd a way for me to see all active tasks that haven't been marked as completed yet. (LinuxChallenge)
B5XAdd remember.el functionality to planner.el - the ability to pop up a window, add the timestamped note to the planner file for today, and C-c C-c to save and close. (LinuxChallenge)
B6XRead my mail
C1XLook at IBM technology and see if there's anything I can use from there (LinuxChallenge)
C2XAdd the plug-org mailing list to the PLUG site
C3XGet planner to work well with allout [either modify allout or the wiki] (LinuxChallenge)
C4XFind a way for planner to automagically append notes stolen from anywhere (LinuxChallenge)
C5XFind missing library book (2002.09.13)
Notes

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1. Checking remember with timestamp (Thu Sep 12:18 2002,2002.09.12): 10:38

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Hey, I think this actually works.

2. (Thu Sep 12:07 2002,2002.09.12): 10:49

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(global-set-key (kbd " R SPC") 'planner-remember-region) w00t. It just works.

3. (Thu Sep 12:01 2002, 2002.09.12): 15:13

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Some confusion about when Roosevelt died. See, it would be so nice to have Google..

4. (Thu Sep 12:57 2002, 2002.09.12): 22:13

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I realize that my system is still mostly unusable. tmm-menu speaks ==>