Oh, yesterday, worked on CS21AFirst03#ExercisesHelloWorld. Could use some comments on that; I was trying to take a constructivist approach.


Thought some more about learning how to sew. Might be a very handy thing.

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
A1XFix kernel for sound
A2XFind an apartment
9:00 Interview with NBN.
13:00 Go to school for registration.

1. Cool Emacs snapshots : 23:49

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I want to eventually fix my Emacs to look like Richard Klinda's funky w3m customizations.

http://emacs-w3m.namazu.org/ml/msg03995.html has the goods.

2. pinoyjug pfft : 23:52

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I post a long, well-thought-out message on pinoyjug about helping people and why I prefer guiding students over answering their questions directly, and what do I get?
Oh gosh, I wish my name is "Helping Students Who Need
Guidance..." ;)

--- Sacha Chua <sacha@sachachua.com> wrote:

> Indeed! <laugh> I hadn't expected my question to
> stir up such a
> discussion. Here's where I'm coming from. =)
> I love helping students who need guidance. I feel
> that it is important
> that they come away from the problem with the
> feeling that they
> understand how to solve it and why they did what
> they did. That's why
> I teach, after all - to help people learn! <grin>

and another message:

Very enlightening.

<mock grumble> All very nice and good, but I want thoughtful, well-considered responses... ;)